Health & Wellness

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Huffington Post Black Voices recently posted a video featuring perspectives on how Black people can be mindful of self-care at times when we are inundated with endless media imagery of police brutality in our communities.

Congratulations to El-Hadji Ndiaye, host of WURD’s Radio Xalaat – The African Connection, who was recently selected for special recognition by the White House as a Champion of Change for the Affordable Care Act!

One of the ways WURD is supporting the Global Citizen MLK Day of Serviceis a clothing drive to collect new and gently worn men’s and women’s business attire. Donations will benefit Career Wardrobe and Ready, Willing and Able.

Come and learn more about local businesses this Tuesday at The Enterprise Center! Be sure to vote for your favorite Mind Your Business “alum” — the winner will receive a great Business Prize Package to accelerate their growth!

In honor of World AIDS Day 2015, we encourage you to learn the basics and the facts about HIV/AIDS, take a moment to educate yourself about our government’s HIV/AIDS strategy, and find out your HIV status.

My personal promise for 2016? Much more of a balance between here and there, home and away. My spirit needs to soar more.

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.

The Health Insurance Marketplace is open – members of the public who need to secure healthcare coverage for 2016 have 90 days to pick a plan. Get covered today!

NBC-10 interviews Sara Lomax-Reese, WURD’s president and GM, about the October 17 WURD Wellness Festival at Fox Street.


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