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5 images of books written by Black authors with the text, "HOMEbooks Black History Month Reading List" in a box outline underneath it. Red, yellow, and green triangles surrounding them.
Happy Black History Month from HOMEbooks! We are proud to highlight the black authors we have selected for our Black History Month Reading List! These...
Attendees cut the ribbon at Joyce's Place grand opening
Newest residence at 4849 Parkside Avenue provides permanent home for Project HOME’s Women of Change Program PHILADELPHIA, PA – February 14, 2024 –...
HOMEmade logo with the words Project HOMEmade Honors Black History Month underneath it. The words Rejoicing in Tradition and Community are at the bottom.
Step into a world of wisdom and strength with our Black History Collection. Celebrate Black History Month with our sweet, fresh, and woodsy scented...
The group of audio/music adult learners strike a pose with their digital music instructor, Joe Venuti (third from the left.)
Dozens of friends, family, and staff came to Honickman Learning Center Comcast Technology Labs (HLCCTL) for the Music Production Winter 2024 Showcase...
[NEWS] Citizen of the Year Awards: Sister Mary Scullion and Joan McConnon
The Philadelphia Citizen just announced Sister Mary Scullion and Joan McConnon will be recipients of their Citizen of the Year award on January 30...
[NEWS] Sister Mary: Homelessness has hit record levels, and snow is coming. This should be our new mayor’s immediate priority.
Sister Mary wrote an op/ed for the Philadelphia Inquirer urging Mayor Cherelle Parker to adopt long-term solutions to chronic homelessness: "After her...
[NEWS] Homelessness in the Philly region, by the numbers
From WHYY : Thousands of people are experiencing homelessness across the Delaware Valley. This year’s point-in-time counts of people experiencing...
[NEWS] Outreach workers meet on Homeless Memorial Day to advocate for unsheltered
From 6ABC: "On the darkest day of the year, shelters and outreach workers met at Shakespeare Park in Philadelphia to advocate for those who are still...
Michael in HOMEbooks and Niazharia in HOMEspun.

Meet Michael and Niazharia!

We in the Social Enterprise Department have had the pleasure of working with Mike and Niazharia this semester as they fulfill their internship with...
Heavy rain, floods, and heat: How climate change makes life tougher for unhoused people in the Philly area
From WHYY : "Colt Steinmetz, 19, remembers wading knee-deep in floodwaters and feeling the burn of stinging nettles as he struggled to help people...

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