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Continuing Friday: Come out and share your story | From: WURD Radio

“TRANSMIT/TRANSFORM,” is a two-day event celebrating the lives of community members lost to violence in the Fairhill-Hartranft neighborhood of North Philadelphia.
Hunger in Philly – ‘It’s a pain in my bellly' | From: Philadelphia Media Network

“Hunger feels like your stomach pushing into your back — a great pressure. So I drink water. My kids don’t get enough food, so I don’t eat. One of the hardest things to do is prepare food you know you won’t have.”
United Way’s new Impact Fund grants signal a shift in priority

The funded organizations work in early learning, workforce development, economic self-sufficiency and community stability, including grade-level reading, school readiness and advocacy.
The stress of poverty is a serious disease for Philly kids | Opinion | From: Philadelphia Media Network

Despite economic gains in the last few years, children remain the poorest age group in America with nearly one in five living in poverty. That’s 13.2 million children.
See how the second oldest organization for women in the USA is combating poverty throughout funding | From: Para Ti Mujer Radio Program
Above: New Century Trust Executive Director Carey Morgan speaks with host Emma Restrepo about her organization’s effort to support women saving for retirement and other initiatives to aid groups focused on women and girls. 
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