Even though the census data may miss them, many Hispanics farm in York. This urban farm provides fresh, affordable fruits and vegetables to inner-city residents.
Grassroots organizations like NENA gain momentum because they are directly connected with the people.
With more and more development, the importance for land preservation and agriculture is on the rise.
Over 600 people are buried in the City Cemetery located in North York. However, there are no headstones for this potter's field. Instead, they rest in nameless graves, forgotten yet together.
The Carlisle Livestock Market has sold its last chicken. For those still involved in agriculture, this will mean a change in how they do business.
Jane Keenheel, born into slavery, stitched a quilt made from salesman suit swatches. Her legacy of resourcefulness inspires others today in the textile industry.
The Baptiste farm in Newberry Township served as an Underground Railroad stop, assisting freedom seekers in their journey to the north.
During the Jim Crow era of segregation, Black families experienced trouble finding places to stay while traveling. Hotels, departments stores, drugstores, night clubs, gas stations, inns, restaurants, and trailers refused service, simply because of the color of their skin.
A garden outside of the old Weaver Organ and Piano building memorializes two fallen firefighters who lost their lives in 2018.
Two female entrepreneurs, Mary and Eleanor Wallace, defied gender norms by operating a worthy business, even with one arm.