… as the slogan says, life comes at you fast. But for Black men, it hits us faster and with impeccably brutal precision. Few moments in recent memory will pose as much public metaphysical discourse on the state of Black men in America as the untimely death of Kobe Bryant. And yet, there it was, […]
Of the many questions surrounding the routinely bizarre public conduct of President Trump, one of the more perplexing is his recent entrance into national anthem protests from Black National Football League players. That reached a fevered pitch in the recent week as the president launched into another tirade blasting players and the league, directed his […]
WURD Radio was the only media outlet to capture this historic moment in its entirety. Watch as Catto’s legacy receives recognition and his statue is unveiled.
WURD family, we join you in mourning the death of Muhammad Ali and will bring you live online coverage of his funeral service on Friday, June 10 at beginning at 12:30 p.m.
The pace of our legendary exemplars leaving the earthly plane should be cause for close examination. I’m not saying it’s all coming to an end, but I do think some reckoning is at hand.
Philadelphia City Council unanimously approved a resolution honoring Jackie Robinson last week. Read on for details about the resolution as well as information about WURD’s own Jackie Robinson Day celebration on April 15.
After months of complaints about overt racial discrimination on the campuses of the University of Missouri, Black student groups have succeeded in forcing the resignation of Tim Wolfe, the university system president.
Host Stephanie Renée is joined in-studio by former Philadelphia Eagle lineman Jeremiah Trotter, star of feature film “The North Star,” along with writer/director Thomas K. Phillips and fellow cast member Thomas C. Bartley, Jr.