Several hundred women (and more than a few men) showed up on a blustery Wednesday evening to mark "A Day Without Women."
African American Neighborhoods of Choice seeks to understand what attracts African-American professionals to Pittsburgh—and what doesn't.
Matt Landis was one of several Pittsburgh veterans who spoke up for immigrants and refugees at a recent press conference.
Pittsburgh Peace & Justice Initiative report to help guide improvements in the quality of life for African-American residents of Pittsburgh.
From extraordinary women breaking the glass ceiling to an effort to increase voting participation, Pittsburgh is taking on President Trump's first 100 days. Here are some of the 25 winners splitting $120,000 from the Sprout Fund and a crowdfunding campaign.
More than 150 ideas have been submitted for The Sprout Fund's "100 Days of US" grants, which can be voted on and crowd-funded now.
Points were awarded for the following categories: equal employment opportunity policies, employment benefits, organization LGBT competency, and public commitment.
Since 2010, about $4 million has been granted to local artists through the Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh program, which is designed to help end racial disparities within the arts community.
“We provide some comfort for families at a time of loss or about a time they are about to lose their baby by giving them something to remember their baby by,” Milbert said. “It is a keepsake for them.”
Dr. Wright invites you to the conversation and to “experience the science fiction that is now your health reality.”