Philadelphia Weekly, “Sparing some change: A deeply personal look at the panhandling situation in Philadelphia”

Baltimore Avenue is home to a socialist bookstore, an anarchist community center, an alternative media non-profit, and a member-owned food co-op. Black Lives Matter signs hang in a number of storefronts. On this street, kicking a panhandler to the curb or calling the cops isn’t always a popular move.

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