Throughout Juan Perez’s childhood, the Boys and Girls Club (BGC) was more than just an after-school program. It was his second home. The Club kept him busy with productive activities … Read More
Public schools across the Pittsburgh region pivoted to online learning over the past year to keep their students safe. But for students without reliable or affordable high-speed internet access, the new normal highlights the disparity in how internet services are provided across the commonwealth — and its cost.
Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS) is a Pittsburgh-based organization dedicated to supporting people through life’s changes and challenges for over 80 years. One key service the JFCS provides to … Read More
By mid-afternoon, the Capitol was under siege from all directions by an overwhelmingly White mob carrying Trump flags, Confederate flags and U.S. flags that stormed the grand stairways to the Capitol …
Republican leaders who have called into question the integrity of the election said objections should be handled peacefully and denounced violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Congress finally approved the National Museum of the American Latino Act (H.R. 2420), which is an initiative to create the museum on the National Mall, on December 3. The Museum … Read More
With a new administration in the White House, international students could face a new era, though many are weighing whether the turmoil of the last four years means there is a better future outside of the U.S.
Here’s a look at four causes that brought Pennsylvanians to the streets in 2020.
With news that one COVID-19 vaccine is already being distributed at hospitals statewide, what is Pennsylvania’s plan for getting the vaccine out to the public?
On the evening of December 17, from 6:00 – 7:30 PM EST, GlobalPittsburgh will stream its fourth annual Immigrant Entrepreneur Celebration and Award Ceremony. The event, completely virtual for the … Read More
It is a fact that our world is currently facing extremely difficult situations due to COVID-19. The pandemic has tested our ability to adapt, with quarantine and lockdowns being one … Read More
The holidays may be incredibly different from those in the past but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of family friendly activities to do in the ‘burgh and beyond. From … Read More