The next night, Kim was again in a crowded space: the basement of the Black Sheep Bar in Center City, at an event sponsored by progressive groups Moving Philly Forward and Swing Left.
Spurred to action by the 2016 election, Haverford roommates Nathan Singh '06 and Rahul Munshi '06 started a political action committee to empower local Democrats to run for office in and around Philadelphia.
Nathan Singh, the founder and co-president of Moving Philly Forward and the Founding member of Indivisible Leadership for Southeast Pennsylvania was named as one of five inaugural Buchholz Fellows by the Committee of Seventy.
The Philadelphia Citizen: Turning Resistance into Action
Members of Moving Philly Forward talk to The Philadelphia Citizen about how activist groups have evolved their efforts from mere protest into tangible action through increased civic engagement and promising Democratic runs for local office.
Moving Philly Forward Founder, Nathan Singh, is featured in this Billy Penn post honoring 13 young Philadelphians who are helping mold the future of the city, state and country.
On KYW's weekly radio show, Flashpoint, Moving Philly Forward Founder, Nathan Singh, sits down with KYW Community Affairs reporter and Flashpoint host, Cherri Gregg, to talk about how groups like MPF can inspire people to take their activism from social media into their communities.
In partnership with other local activist groups, Moving Philly Forward helped organize a town hall with Senator Pat Toomey – with or without the senator himself. Not surprisingly, Toomey didn't show. But his constituents did.