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Member Profile: Emma Sindelar & Petey Greene on WURD Radio

“Emma Sindelar, Director of Philadelphia operations for the Petey Greene Program, describes how incarcerated and returning citizens benefit from volunteer academic tutoring to prepare them for life outside of prison walls, in the spirit of a beloved media legend.”

__Emma and her teammates have made Indy Hall their home for the last couple of years, and we are proud to hear her tell their story!

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Alex Hillman

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Community Picks for Alternative Pride Events: Part 2

Did you know that years before the first Pride Parades in Philadelphia there were several marches and rallies?

One of the organizers of the very first Pride March in Philly, Tommi Avicolli Mecca, was interviewed by the Inquirer earlier this month. When asked if he feels that Philadelphians have forgotten the activism that started pride, this was how Avicolli Mecca responded:

“When I’m out speaking, especially at colleges, people don’t...[click for more]

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Anaia Daigle

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Community Picks for Alternative Pride Events: Part 1

Being queer, I look forward to this month every year.

Not just for the joyful celebration, but also the commemoration of the Stone Wall Riots and the radical activism of Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. The anniversary serves as reminder to be grateful for how far we have come, to celebrate those fearless TWOC who started it all, and to show our respect by continuing their work in the fight...[click for more]

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Anaia Daigle

10 minute read

Indy Hall ❤ Philly Game Mechanics

This week Roberto Torres from Technically just shared a really great article about something that I’m really excited about: the Philly Dev Night Philly Game Mechanics community finding a home with Indy Hall.

For the unfamiliar, “Dev Night” is a confusingly named community of people who love making and playing games. I say confusingly named, because you don’t need to be a developer to be a...[click for more]

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Alex Hillman

6 minute read