Tag Archives: Michael Nutter
We have called for and expected the end of mainstream institutional racism in the United States since about the third day after it was exported to this country, maybe 400 years ago. Back in 1999, when white Republican Sam Katz … Continue reading
Clarence Armbrister left his post as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Temple University to be chief of staff for Mayor-elect Michael Nutter, as reported by The Temple News. GERALD S. WILLIAMS / Inquirer Staff Photographer Photo courtesy … Continue reading
Photo for the Associated Press by Matt Rourke, courtesy of Day in the Life.
Soon-to-be Mayor-elect Michael Nutter [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkomsYeNJhc]
Photo of the two candidates in the courtyard of City Hall, courtesy of Great Expectations.
The delightfully simple, effective and well-received campaign advertisement supporting Michael Nutter. The catch, of course, is that Michael doesn’t say much at all, but rather his daughter Olivia, who boasts being the only child of any of the other candidates … Continue reading
Can an established Democrat in a city that has seen nothing but Democratic rule for more than 50 years really be a reformer? Back in January, Philadelphia magazine had a great profile of Philadelphia’s likely next Mayor, who is charged … Continue reading