www.knoxforphilly.com or contact his campaign people in person at one of Knox's headquarters at Broad and Girard
2. According to the Recycling Alliance of Philadelphia,the city sends 95% of its trash to landfills and incinerators. This pollutes the land and the air. Find out why Philadelphia ranks toward the bottom of the big cities when it comes to recycling. See what can be done to combat this problem.
Clean Air Council 215 567-4004 Executive Director- Joseph Otis Minott, Esq. or on th web at www.cleanair.org
Philadelphia Reycling Dept. http://phila.gov/streets/recycling.html
3. The Wu-Tang dance craze is sweeping inner cities throughout the tri-state area. This popular dance originated in North Philly. It requires gyration of the hips and taunting of the opponent while a crowd of onlookers forms around the participants. Kind of like breakdancing for the new millenium. Find out how this dance originated. To view the dance go to you-tube and look up Wu-Tang Dance.
Contact local dj and Wu-tang dance sponsor DJFreakNasty at www.myspace.com/djfreaknastywutangking
4.Driving down N.Broad St. it is nearly impossible not to notice the large brick building once known as the Divine Lorraine Hotel. This once proud landmark was one of the first integrated hotels in the nation and is legally protected from demolition by the city. Find out what the cities plans are for the now vacant building
Contact The Preservation Alliance at www.preservataionalliance.com or Executive Director John Gallery 215-546-1146 (x1) email@example.com
5 After the Virginia Tech Massacre students have a right to question the saftey of their campus. See what Temple is doing to ensure nothing like that ever happens here http://css.ocis.temple.edu/default.aspx or Campus Police Headquarters 1101 W. Montgomery Ave, Philadelphia Pa 19122