Youth & Family

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On July 13, Wake Up With WURD’s Solomon Jones and his son were part of a discussion on ABC’s Nightline that brought together a diverse group of parents, children and police officers to have frank conversations about race, justice and the role of police.

Tune in to 900AM in the Philly area and globally beginning at 8pm ET on July 14 to see and hear a town hall conversation with President Obama on moving forward together after the tragic shootings across our country.

Examining the vision for the future of New Freedom Theatre’s Training Program and mainstage productions.

This Mother’s Day has stirred up a much different batch of emotions than years past. I miss my mother every day, but now I’m fascinated by how little I may know about the rest of the family.

Before any of us raise a bullhorn to defend a celebrity accused of sexual assault, perhaps we should take a long minute to emotionally walk in the victim’s shoes.

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.

A beautifully intricate Google Doodle featured earlier this week was created by Akilah Johnson, an African American 10th grader from Washington, D.C.’s Eastern Senior High School, who won the “Doodle 4 Google” student competition.

Donald Trump’s bombastic campaign is creating a formidable voting bloc.

The August Wilson play Two Trains Running is now playing at The Arden Theater – and we’ve got you covered with a sweet $10 discount!

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