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WURD Radio is amplifying points of view in a new solutions journalism campaign that solicits and publishes responses to violence and in order to do this, we want to hear from YOU! Visit WURD Radio on our social media pages or just add your comment to the above question, directly on this page! SCROLL DOWN […]

WURD Radio is amplifying points of view in a new solutions journalism campaign that solicits and publishes responses to violence and in order to do this, we want to hear from YOU! Visit WURD Radio on our social media pages or just add your comment to the above question, directly on this page! SCROLL DOWN […]

Losing one mentee to Philadelphia violence was hard. Losing two is just unbearable. And losing a third will simply be unacceptable. By Alex Peay 11.20.17: Philadelphia – When I met Philadelphia 4th grader Azim Chaplin, he was too young to participate in Rising Stars, the afterschool mentoring program that Rising Sons – the organization I […]

Watch the Wake Up With WURD team as they chat with Black-ish Actress, Jenifer Lewis. Lewis discusses her memoir, “The Mother of Black Hollywood.”  

Wake Up With WURD Hosts Mark Kelly Tyler, Denise Clay and Chris “Flood the Drummer” Norris spoke with activist and journalist Marc Lamont Hill about current issues and his return to Philadelphia.

Jeffrey Tokazewski, M.D. of Penn Medicine speaks with WURD President and CEO Sara Lomax Reese about the free Medicare Annual Wellness Visit. This benefit includes a FREE annual wellness visit every 365 days and does not require a co-pay and does not apply to an annual deductible.

CALLING ALL OF THOSE WHO CAN GIVE! With the help of our new and renewed ForWURD Members, WURD was able to raise over $2k for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, however we CANNOT FORGET about the hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. During these trying times, we ask that you give […]

The featured chef for WURD’s Independence LIVE Chef Series cooking demonstration was Naimah Rutling, proud owner of the catering company, H.E.R. by Chef Nai. She showed us how to make a quick, nutritious, and delicious meal for the whole family using her signature spices and sauces.

Description:  In the season finale, former Philadelphia police officer and whistleblower Rochelle Bilal shares her views on the Thin Blue Line, the legacy of Frank Rizzo, double standards among police based on race, and why she ventured into law enforcement despite negative experiences with police growing up. Bilal is president of the local chapter of […]


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