Finance

Vincent Thompson, political correspondent for WURD and host of “City Council Live,” spoke with Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney just before he give his annual budget address to City Council.

Introducing “Reality Check with Charles Ellison,” every Monday through Thursday from 4-7pm. Hosted by Charles D. Ellison — veteran political strategist and Philly native — “Reality Check” will discuss issues rippling through the nation’s capitals, state houses and city halls.

With a new administration on its way in, WURD is one of few independently owned media outlets that offer our community a place to speak and be heard, especially when our voices are increasingly marginalized, ignored and silenced.

Be a “conscious consumer” this holiday season! Join WURD Radio and The Enterprise Center for one-stop holiday shopping experience where you buy local and learn more about the amazing businesses in our community.

Vote for your favorite Mind Your Business team and join us LIVE at The Enterprise Center for a special acknowledgement of the latest group of participants!

The Treasury Department has announced that Harriet Tubman will replace President Andrew Jackson as the new face of the U.S. $20 bill.

How often have we lamented the state of Black institutions and limited opportunities for Black economic empowerment? All month, WURD presents THE BLACK LIST – Creating A Path to Economic Self-Determination. Click to learn more about how YOU can participate.

2015 was a defining year of social and political achievements in the African-American community, ranging from Bree Newsome relieving South Carolina of its Confederate flag to the lack of police officer indictments in the Tamir Rice and Sandra Bland cases.

On November 12 we hosted our final Dollars & $ense financial literacy workshop of 2015. We were pleased to see a packed room of forWURD members, WURD listeners and interested folks from around the city in the house.


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