Partners hope the program will eventually serve 250 homeless Pennsylvanians each year.
“When I come in here and see a diverse group of people in the neighborhood it’s exciting. And I think it speaks to the potential of what Homewood can be and what it can do.”
AJAPO provides a full spectrum of services to refugees arriving in Pittsburgh — from job placement to school enrollment.
“Overnight we’ve got about seven new business owners and they’re mostly all moms,” says Gisele Fetterman, co-creator of The Hollander.
Social worker and mental health advocate Julius Boatwright shares this open letter to the Pittsburgh community, which is torn and hurting following the shooting death of Antwon Rose.
The ever-cool Andre Perry on growing up in Wilkinsburg, gentrification in Pittsburgh and his work in DC
Education expert Andre Perry brings his research and powerful ideas to his native Pittsburgh on July 28, offering promising paths forward for many neighborhoods.
One conversation leads to another and another: That's how the Pittsburgh Connector plans to help skilled immigrants thrive in their new home of Pittsburgh.
As families in the Mon Valley struggle with food insecurity, H.E.P.'s programs send kids home from school with fresh fruit and basic staples.
This group of citizens and organizations aims to use a small tax increase for major gains in childhood development and support.
What conversations should Pittsburgh be having? In the first installment of our new series, Samantha Black gets honest about the arts in Pittsburgh.