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Please sign our petition to restore public trust in Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office

Here is the link to the demeaning images if you want to review:

If you do not want to view them on your computer, they are physically available to be reviewed at the location below:

It’s located at the state Supreme Court’s Office of the Prothonotary, Room 478 City Hall. (Phone: 215 – 560 – 6370.) Office hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Adult visitors are ushered into a private room where the binder is located. It’s a large binder containing 398 pages of the porn.

To gain entrance to City Hall, one must present a valid photo ID at the front entrance (NE quadrant). Then, take an elevator to the fourth floor.

WARNING: Much of imagery is extremely graphic. The material is replete with cruel & disparaging references to women amongst other things.


Stand with Philadelphia NOW & the Women of Philadelphia City Council

It is time for decent people in Philadelphia to step up and put an end to an environment of impunity in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where perpetrators of misogyny, racism and homophobia continue to have the jurisdiction over the prosecution of crimes.

Women of City Council are going to have the Press conference to express solidarity with Phila NOW and join them in denouncing the dissemination of the misogynistic, racist and homophobic emails by prosecutors while in the AG’s Office (and continue to be employed in the Phila DA’s office) on November 12th at 9:15 a.m. in the 4th floor City Council Caucus Room. The resolution/solidarity statement by the Women of City Council will be available for all at the Press conference. 

Philadelphia-NOW will announce the start of the online petition to demand removal of these prosecutors.  Please share with your friends, family and colleagues, and invite as many people as possible to join us.  We hope to have a great turnout to decry this untenable situation with no consequences thus far for the perpetrators. 

Many thanks for your support,

Nina Ahmad, Ph.D.

President, Philadelphia Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW)