215 People’s Alliance is a multiracial organization dedicated to fighting for equity and justice in Philadelphia at the ballot box, and in the streets. Since hiring staff in the Fall of 2016, 215 People’s Alliance …Read More →
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215 People’s Alliance is a volunteer-led multiracial organization dedicated to fighting for equity and justice in Philadelphia at the ballot box, and in the streets. After a few short years 215 People’s Alliance has helped …Read More →
Philly Power Research, a group of volunteer researchers, has released a report called “The Record Behind the Rhetoric: A Guide to the Philly DA Democratic Primary,” breaking down the backgrounds of each of the seven …Read More →
We know that elected officials don’t change the system — we do. It’s our popular protest and organizing that changes our political system and holds politicians accountable. But our work is much more effective when …Read More →
Every community in Pennsylvania elects a school board to oversee the education of its children except one – Philadelphia. Fifteen years ago a predominantly white, rural legislature decided that Philadelphia, a city in which the …Read More →
215 People’s Alliance is hiring a full-time contract Campaign Organizer to support an innovative public education campaign. Please read below for details.
215PA is a multiracial collaborative dedicated to fighting for equity and justice in Philadelphia …Read More →
November 3rd is the most important election of the century? A pretty wild exaggeration isn’t it?
Actually, no; if anything, maybe it’s an understatement. Here’s the deal. There are three seats that will be filled on …Read More →
Joel Greenberg, Jeff Yass, and Arthur Dantchik, the partners of the Susquehanna International Group (SIG), spent six million dollars in 2010 to get Anthony Hardy Williams elected Governor. Now they want to make him Mayor. …Read More →
Philadelphia sits at a crossroads. On one hand, in recent years the city has begun to see population growth, after decades of decline. We’re also seeing new businesses come in, as well as a growing …Read More →
Philly DA’s Office, 1995-2000
Philadelphia Board of Ethics, 2006-2009
Philadelphia Managing Director, 2010-2016
Obermayer …Read More →