ICYMI: Here’s a roundup of the biggest topics of conversation last week on WURD Radio.
Anti-Violence: Mazzie Casher, co-founder and executive director of Philly Truce, joined Evening WURDs to talk about how his mobile app and organization are helping to prevent gun violence among young Philadelphians.
Education: Dr. Tony Watlington Sr. is the superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia. He joined The Source to talk about his tenure as superintendent, the state of Philadelphia public schools and what we can do as a community to improve the Philadelphia public school system.
Sports: Shemar Woods is the editorial director of Sports Illustrated. He joined Wake Up with WURD to discuss the Eagles’ loss against the Kansas City Chiefs at the Super Bowl.
Health: Kristine Grow, a spokesperson for The Coalition for Medicare Choices, joined Charles Ellison on Reality Check to discuss Medicare Advantage and how it can save older people thousands in healthcare costs.
Love: Kait and John Brown joined CrossWURDz host Danae Reid to talk about their love story. They shared dating advice such as tips for men when approaching women, how to know when someone is “the one” and more.
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Hosted by Carol Riddick, this show is an informative, entertaining and refreshing take on the hard conversations about love and life. Each day the hosts provide real facts and honest opinions on dating, sexual health, casual and committed relationships. These late night conversations will be served on a judgment free platter and seasoned with unapologetic realness.close