See WURD hosts "In The Community" for a special education fundraising event hosted by the Rho Theta Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Wake Up With WURD Hosts Mark Kelly Tyler, Denise Clay and Chris “Flood the Drummer” Norris spoke with activist and journalist Marc Lamont Hill about […]
Jeffrey Tokazewski, M.D. of Penn Medicine speaks with WURD President and CEO Sara Lomax Reese about the free Medicare Annual Wellness Visit. This benefit includes […]
The featured chef for WURD’s Independence LIVE Chef Series cooking demonstration was Naimah Rutling, proud owner of the catering company, H.E.R. by Chef Nai. She […]
Click the link to see WURD Radio's video highlight reel from the Oct 4 ceremony, featuring footage of some of Philadelphia's most beloved musical legends receiving their just due.
We caught up with Rev. Joe Williams at the Philly Music Walk of Fame ceremony. Hear what he had to say about 2017 inductee Sister Rosetta Tharpe, her connection to Philadelphia, and her influence on gospel music.
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.
Philadelphia native and aerospace legend Colonel Guion Bluford, the first African American astronaut, stopped by the WURD Radio studios to speak to host Stephanie Renée […]
WURD host Stephanie Renée chats with Nolan Williams, Festival Artistic Director for The Mann Center, about A SPACE ODYSSEY, an evening of orchestral celebration for […]
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.
900AM-WURD's broadcast of the Philly mobilization rally for Minister Louis Farrakhan's October 10 "Justice... or Else" event in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1995 Million Man March.
In March 2015, 900AM-WURD and the Painted Bride Art Center debuted "The Invitation," a four-part series of interactive conversations where diverse and divergent viewpoints are not only welcome, but also encouraged.