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Governor Tom Corbett "Got Soul" Pictured with Donna Baxter, CEO of Soul Pitt Media, at the PA Commission for Women, "Women's Mentorship Symposium" on Sept 30, 2014
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The Soul Pitt Charter for Change trip was an awesome experience!
Check out the video by Andrew Rush and the Article by Sadie Gurman from the Post-Gazette who both traveled on our charter to document our journey!
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Category Archives: Politics
Judge Woodruff, making his acceptance speech as he received the endorsement for Pennsylvania Supreme Court from the state Democratic Committee. 2.11.2017 (Harrisburg, PA) After choking up a bit, he spoke strongly and promised to represent the people of Pennsylvania well … Continue reading
Lawyer and Trustee Rosemary Crawford Announces Run For Court of Common Pleas Judge For Allegheny County
Pittsburgh: Local attorney, trustee, arbitrator and mediator Rosemary Crawford has officially announced today that she is a candidate for Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas judge. Crawford, of Allison Park, is rated “highly recommended” by the Allegheny County Bar Association … Continue reading
“We at Soul Pitt Media appreciate Tom Wolf supporting a small minority owned Pennsylvania business by advertising his campaign with us, which in turn supports and keeps our publication free to the community we serve. We look forward to the … Continue reading
The diverse crowd inside of the Homewood Coliseum and the speech that Mr. Peduto delivered was definitely an indication of the era of a New Pittsburgh coming soon!