Here’s what you missed this week on WURD Radio. Listen every day on 900AM/96.1, wurdradio.com, and the WURD Radio app. Watch via WURD TV on facebook.com/forwurd, twitch.tv/wurdradio and wurdradio.com
Darrell Clarke (pictured above), outgoing City Council president, spoke to Solomon Jones on Wake Up With WURD about his political career and what’s next for the Council President after the announcement of his retirement.
Jeannine Cook, of Harriet’s bookstore joined Tonya Pendleton on Reality Check to discuss the legacy and impact of her businesses and her new Paris location, Josephine’s Bookshop.
Tommy Joshua, the founder of Philly Peace Park, joined P.O.C. on ecoWURD Magazine to discuss the organization’s challenge after thieves pilfered thousands in construction materials.
Sharif Street, he represents the 3rd Senatorial District in Philadelphia. joined Wake Up With WURD to talk about his views on Act 40, which strips the Philadelphia district attorney of jurisdiction over certain crimes, and what it could mean for the city.
Chris Murray, host of The Chris Murray Report on WURD, joined Carol Riddick on Love and Life to talk about the state of the Philadelphia Eagles after three straight losses and Draymond Green’s recent suspension in the NBA.
Nile Blass, is the DMV regional organizer for the League of Women Voters of the United States. She joined Andrea Lawful-Sanders on The Source to discuss youth voting and why it is important in 2024.
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