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Ida’s long cleanup

Broke in Philly Weekly
This week, we’re focusing on the aftermath of Hurricane Ida and resources for recovering from flood damage. We’re also looking the diversity of who’s funding local startups. And, we highlight some resources for Philly residents as federal unemployment benefits come to an end.
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OUR WEEKLY ROUNDUP
Who makes $200K in Philadelphia? Why high earners matter for a startup ecosystem | From: Technical.ly Philly
Philly’s 30 community fridges still need your donations | From: Billy Penn
Philly students deserve greener schoolyards | From: The Citizen
BREAKING EVEN: IDA AND UNEMPLOYMENT
PERFECT PAIRS: SEPTA AND YOU
Asking for input on 'Bus Revolution'
WE'RE LISTENING: A SURVEY FROM FUN TIMES
Fun Times Magazine, which writes about and serves members of the African diaspora in Philly is asking you to fill out this survey on vaccine hesitancy. It’s very quick and will help Fun Times craft videos addressing the concerns holding people back from getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
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