Sherri Shepherd — Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show host, comedian, actor and best-selling author — joined Tonya Pendleton on Reality Check to discuss season two of her show “Sherri” and her project Funny Over 50, a nationwide search for women over 50 who are waiting for their big break in comedy.
Jasimane Ransom is organizing a judicial candidate forum on Oct. 17 — and most of the candidates have not responded to the requests to participate. She appeared on Wake Up with WURD with Solomon Jones to discuss the forum and her experience as a formerly incarcerated woman in the judicial system.
Dr. Stacy Holland, executive director of “Elevate 215,” joined The Source with Andrea Lawdul Sanders to discuss the K-12 Philadelphia School Fair that will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from October 13-14.
New Orleans filmmaker Nailah Jefferson joined Tonya Pendleton on Reality Check to discuss her documentary “Descended from the Promised Land: The Legacy of Black Wall Street,” which focuses on the 1921 race massacre in Tulsa’s Greenwood district that wiped out a thriving Black community.
Brio Raheem Brock is a Philadelphia native and a former American football defensive end who made the career switch from football to acting. He joined Carol Riddick on Love and Life to discuss his career journey and his roles on “Gotham,” “BULL,” and “BronxSIU.”
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