The State We're In

How a Pittsburgh businesswoman pivoted to take on pandemic, racism crises: ‘People need to undo what’s been done within themselves’

Lakeisha Wolf is a first-generation Pittsburgher who has been an activist since her time in college at Penn State.​
By Ariel Worthy/WESA

New resource center for York’s diverse population opens

York City Councilman Lou Rivera says the Spanish-American Multicultural Resource Center will address the unmet needs of the community.

By Anthony Orozco

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‘They’re peaceful’: Pa. State Police release dashcam video from I-676 protest tear-gassing

The footage does not appear to otherwise corroborate accounts of violence circulated by Mayor Jim Kenney’s office in justification of the tear-gassing.
By Ryan Briggs/WHYY

‘I don’t think it has hit me yet’ — DACA decision a cause for celebration

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program protects about 5,000 immigrants in Pennsylvania.
By Anthony Orozco