After an ugly incident, the people of Franklinville, N.J., said they were committed to change, to having the difficult discussions, and to making progress. So, did they? And are they an example for the rest of us? FOX 29's Bill Anderson has this special report.
Darrell Alston, founder and owner of BUNGEE OBLEČENÍ, talks about his incredible life transformation and the path to his success in the FOX 29 series Buying Black.
2020 has been like no other year in many of our lives. Faced with multiple challenges, the need to have truly difficult conversations emerged. Your FOX 29 family was moved to participate in those discussions. And, to that end, the "Our Race Reality" series got its start.
Bill Anderson visits the black-owned plant nursery of Sister Sunflower.
The Movement Philly is located at 7133 Germantown Avenue and acts as three businesses in one.
Emani Outterbridge is the owner and creator of a yarn vending machine that is currently housed at Elements of Grooming in North Philadelphia and created an outfit for Cardi B.
With an ongoing pandemic, civil unrest, and political and economic struggles, 2020 has been challenging, to say the least. We wanted to talk to some of the newsmakers and find out what this year meant to them, and what they hope 2021 can be. FOX 29's Bill Anderson has this report.
Jenn visits the clothing store Buddha Babe that recently opened a store front in West Mount Airy.
An emotional and inspirational look at how artists are expressing the feelings of millions through their paintings, sculpture and music. FOX 29's Alex Holley and Photojournalist Mike Greenidge have this special report.
More people have become curious about The Talk. They want to know what it means, why it's necessary, and how we can come together in the future to make sure it's no longer needed.
Jenn takes a look at some of the Thanksgiving take-out options available at Corrine's Place in Camden as part of Our Race Reality: Buying Black.
Lauren Johnson heads to The Spice Rack on Germantown Avenue.
Lauren Johnson takes a look at black-owned business Fason De Viv in the Philadelphia Fashion District in Center City which just opened last week.
Two of our own photojournalists will take you behind the scenes into the communities of Philadelphia where neighbors are forced to live with gun violence.
4 Every Occasion Cakes and Cupcakes in Northeast Philadelphia is a black-owned business highlighted in our Our Race Reality: Buying Black segment.
FOX 29's Bill Anderson speaks to professional athletes, coaches, young people and organizations in this special report on diversity in sports and how it's improving communities.
Steve Keeley looks at the black-owned business The Better Box that has two different locations in Philadelphia
As a part of FOX 29’s Our Race Reality series, 25-year-old Philadelphia native Cole Brown joined Good Day’s Mike Jerrick and Karen Hepp to discuss his book “Greyboy: Finding Blackness in a White World.”
Philadelphia native Cole Brown talks about his experiences growing up black in his book.
Mike Jerrick and Alex Holley host an important conversation as we continue the "Our Race Reality" series with the history behind the hate of Anti-Semitism.