ICYMI: Here’s a roundup of the biggest topics of conversation last week on WURD Radio.
Cooking: Savory and Sweet host Tonya Hopkins joined CrossWURDz to talk about the cooking demonstration during WURD’s sixth annual Empowerment Experience. She also shared about her new mini series airing on the Food Network this Kwanzaa, why it’s important and where people can find the ingredients so they can cook along at home.
Tech: Aaron Rose, security architect at Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd., joined Charles Ellison on Reality Check to discuss the ways cybercriminals are targeting travelers and transit companies and shared key tips to keep your data safe.
History: Dr. Kidada Williams is an associate professor at Wayne State University and researches African Americans’ experiences of racist violence. She joined Wake Up With WURD’s Solomon Jones to talk about black codes, Reconstruction and her book “I Saw Death Coming: A History of Terror and Survival in the War Against Reconstruction.”
Love Is: Cheri Syphax is a weekly guest on Andrea’s “Love Is” segment on The Source. In this week’s segment, she talks with Andrea about how having successful friendships can help us in our romantic relationships, leaving relationships that don’t suit you and loving yourself.
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