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This week on WURD: The death of an HBCU leader, building an empire while Black, Biden gets no love from younger voters and more

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John Graham, author of “Plantation Theory: The Black Professional’s Struggle Between Freedom and Security,” joined Roxi Fab on Love & Life to discuss the loss of Antoinette Candia-Bailey, a VP at Lincoln University in Missouri who took her own life after reporting workplace bullying to friends and family.

Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson joined Tonya Pendleton to discuss the third season of their HGTV hit series “Married to Real Estate.” They discussed their efforts and hurdles in building a positive Black empire for their 19 million viewers.

Melanie Burney, a writer with the Philadelphia Inquirer, joined Solomon Jones on Wake Up With WURD to discuss her latest story on the Camden school board president, who faces a civil trial on allegations of sexual assault dating back to 1994. She detailed the impact the allegations have had on the district.

Nile Blass is the DMV regional organizer for the League of Women Voters of the United States. Blass talked with Andrea Lawful-Sanders on The Source about the political landscape for young voters and their lack of love for President Joe Biden.

Christopher Norwood joined Dr. James Peterson on Evening WURDs to assess Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley’s comment that America has “never been a racist country,” which Norwood said raised concerns about history denial.

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