Youth & Family

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I am generally OK with my decision not to have children. But every now and then, something will trigger my latent maternal instincts. Remind me that some of the things I hold dear will indeed end with me.

We had an incredible time on October 17, celebrating our 12th year On Air, Online and In the Community at the WURD Wellness Festival at Fox Street!

Many members of the WURD family attended the October 10 Justice or Else! rally. Stay tuned to 900AM-WURD for feedback from our hosts, and keep your eyes on 900amwurd.com for photos and continued coverage. Read on for details on ordering the full event video.

Part of the challenge of growing up Libra is learning that balance is never the end goal; what’s achievable is to never stop working toward balance, instead of thinking you’ve ever found it.

The millennials that helped elect the first Black president of the United States could have an even bigger impact on politics moving forward.

We are so encouraged by the outpouring of interest following WURD Speaks: Brain Strain! Read on for information presented by the stage participants, as well as other useful information about the impact of trauma on children and education.

At WURD Speaks: Brain Strain, a panel of educators, trauma specialists and youth advocates participated in an innovative symposium that examined the impact of trauma on education, the developing brain, and our children’s ability to reach their full potential.

Inspired by the recent papal visit, Brown’s ShopRite, Cabrini College and Drexel Hospitality and Sports Management will sponsor a day of feeding the homeless and hungry on October 1 at ShopRite of Parkside at 52nd and Jefferson Sts.

NBC-10 interviews Mike O’Bryan, Program Manager, Youth Arts Education at Village of Arts and Humanities and participant in WURD Speaks: Brain Strain – The Effect of Trauma on Education, taking place on 9/30/15 as part of our Walter P. Lomax, Jr., M.D. Speaker Series.


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