Democratic mayoral nominee Cherelle Parker joined Solomon Jones on Wake Up with WURD to discuss safe injection sites, gun violence and Terry stops or “stop and frisk.”
Philadelphia city councilmember Quetcy Lozada joined Wake Up with WURD to discuss the passing of a bill that bans controversial safe injection sites without first hearing from the community.
Legendary singer and songwriter Aaron Neville joined Tonya Pendleton on Reality Check to discuss his new book Tell It Like It Is, a memoir that details his overcoming poverty, racism, addiction and loss.
Valerie Dorsey, director of Penn’s African-American Resource Center, and Jennifer Clinkscales, associate dean of student affairs at Penn, joined Evening WURDs to talk about the difference between affirmative and affrontive action.
Kristofer Goldsmith, an Iraq combat veteran, investigator and writer, joined Solutions with Amadee Braxton to talk about Task Force Butler, an organization that infiltrates America’s fascist/white supremacist movements.
Renee Chenault-Fattah, journalist and former co-anchor of NBC10 News, joined Andrea Lawful-Sanders on The Source to discuss cannabis legislation and the upcoming cannabis conference in Philly.
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