CollaboratorsBroad Street Ministry Cultural EngineDC Palestinian Film and Arts FestivalHot Pot PhillyJefferson HospitalsJournal of Palestine StudiesJust ActK is for Kitchen (Frances Rose & Acorn)Laos in the HouseNew Sanctuary Movement Prevention PointProject SAFEStarship LollipopThe Village of Arts and HumanitiesWarrior Writers
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The Sanctuary Directory, compiled by PHLA collaborators is showing different community partners included: The Attic Youth Center, Project SAFE, Prevention Point, Laos in the House, New Sanctuary Movement, Broad Street Ministry and other organizations on sanctuary related services throughout the city.
How do we create and maintain safe spaces?
“Freedom is more often than not exercised with others, not necessarily in a unified or conformist way. It does not exactly presume or produce a collective identity, but a set of enabling and dynamic relations that include support, dispute, breakage, joy, and solidarity."
Philadelphia calls itself a “Sanctuary City.” But what does this mean to LGBTQ youth, to sex workers, to black bodies facing police brutality, to an immigrant living in fear of displacement? How do we create a true sanctuary for all the city’s residents?