Politics & Government
Travel to West Africa through the lens of Stephanie Renée’s cameras, as she gives us highlights of her media delegation trip to Ghana.
BEYOND THE FLAG is a blog series that has recapped some of MOJO host Stephanie Renée’s observations and experiences on her recent trip to Ghana. This is her final post.
The new podcast “Pushback” focuses on social justice in Philadelphia and beyond. The series is hosted by Christopher “Flood the Drummer” Norris, CEO of Techbook Online and regular contributor to WURD, and Malcolm Burnley, a writer at large for Philly Mag.
As Donald Trump puts his action plan for the first 100 days as president into play, hundreds of people are enrolling in a new Penn School of Social Policy & Practice massive open online learning course that empowers them to create a list of priorities of their own.
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.
BEYOND THE FLAG is a blog series that will recap some of MOJO host Stephanie Renée’s observations and experiences on her recent trip to Ghana. Be sure to check back often for updates.
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.
Amid the increasingly troubling revelations concerning former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his lies about calls with a Russian diplomat, I have a question for white working-class Americans. Why aren’t you outraged?
Senator Elizabeth Warren was silenced during Tuesday night’s Senate debate over the nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General when she began quoting the late Coretta Scott King about Sessions’ history of Black voter suppression.