ICYMI: Here’s a roundup of the biggest topics of conversation last week on WURD Radio.
Education: Philadelphia City Councilmember Cindy Bass joined Wake Up With WURD’s Solomon Jones to talk about the Commonwealth Court’s ruling declaring Pennsylvania’s current system of school funding unconstitutional.
Local Politics: Eddie Graham is the President of the Cheltenham Area Branch NAACP. He joined The Source to discuss his resignation from the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners due to the raising of a Blue Lives Matter flag and the larger issue of “white fragility” in his community.
Critical Race Theory: Heather Harding, executive director of campaign for Our Shared Future, joined Charles Ellison on Reality Check to discuss the College Board removing key subject matter from the curriculum for its new Advanced Placement course in African American studies.
Entertainment: WURD general manager Ashanti Martin joined Evening WURDs to discuss Beyoncé making history as the current record holder for most Grammy awards won.
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