TABS! ™ Presents T.G.I.F: Links Back to #TheWeekThatWas!
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Monday, March 13th:
Philadelphia City Councilwoman Helen Gym recommends the formation of an advisory council to collaborate with police on body camera policy.
Tuesday, March 14th:
Pro-wrestling furthers a dangerous racial stereotype and limits black wrestlers’ identities and professions.
Wednesday, March 15th:
Philadelphia is among two dozen cities aiming to halt the revised travel ban.
Thursday, March 16th:
The Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission, which had no representative testify at a body camera hearing, awaits full-time leader.
Friday, March 17th:
Immigration isn’t just a political issue for the Mayor who resisting the president’s agenda, it’s a personal one.
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