Project Positive Philadelphia

I have recently interviewed a Philadelphia dance team named Project Positive. If you’re a Philadelphia subway rider, you might have seen them dancing on the subway train. However, there is more to them than just that. They inspire people of all ages to do something positive with their lives through hip-hop dance. Learn more about them by watching the video on my “YouTube” page tilted “Come Dance with Project Positive.”

The Youth Program at Hispanics United for Exceptional Children

Hispanics United for Exceptional Children (HUNE pronounced u-knee) gives the opportunity to parents that have children with special needs to receive a free and appropriate quality education for their children and other children with disabilities. Not only does HUNE provide training programs on all the different aspects of special education, but they also provide support and assistance to the parents. Continue reading “The Youth Program at Hispanics United for Exceptional Children”

Zip Code Opportunities

Mayor runner, Jim Kenney looks to open more opportunities to people in every zip code. His vision to not base the lifestyle of someone off of their zip code will be put into play if he is elected to be the Mayor of Philadelphia. The size of the classroom, how good you’ll be treated by police, or being a victim of gun violence should not be determined by the address. There are 87% of students in Philadelphia that are living in poverty type circumstances. Kenney’s vision for Philadelphia is to make no zip code an anchor to anyone. Continue reading “Zip Code Opportunities”

The Y: Director’s Cut

I interviewed one of the directors at the YMCA located in Abington, PA to find out a little bit more about the programs’ affect on the youth and more about The Y. You can find the video on my “YouTube” page.

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