Activists, parents rally against school suspensions

May 26, 2016 Less than a week after new superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet outlined his priorities for the coming year, parents, students, and activists from One Pittsburgh’s Education Rights Network rallied to remind him and the board of their priority—ending the...

Group envisions ‘A Pittsburgh That Works for Working People’

May 25, 2016 Labor advocates gathered Monday at the August Wilson Center for a panel discussion on the recently released report, “A Pittsburgh that Works for Working People.” The study, conducted by the Center on Wisconsin Strategy, included a series of...

A new report foresees a Pittsburgh that works for working people

May 24, 2016 Yesterday, the August Wilson Center hosted a community panel focused on finding solutions to the city’s affordable housing, civil rights, economic development, job and transportation woes. The forum revolved around findings presented in A Pittsburgh That...