The Citizen Recommends: WURD’s Message in Our Music
Philadelphia’s Black radio station gathers OGs and MCs to celebrate hip hop’s 50th anniversary with “education, reflection and inspiration”
The Citizen Recommends: WURD’s Empowerment Experience
The event on Saturday launches Pennsylvania’s only Black-owned radio station’s 20th anniversary year with shopping, cooking, hope — and dancing
The Citizen Recommends: WURD Radio Founder’s Day
The free, ninth annual day of discussion returns to carry on the legacy of Walter P. Lomax Jr. and of one of only three Black-owned and operated talk radio stations in the U.S.
Reality Check: “Basic income” To The Rescue?
WURD’s midday host praises the boldness of City Council's poverty proposal, with caveats
Reality Check: Philly Schools Are Like a Slow-Moving Asteroid
Philly schools are toxic, underperforming and mismanaged. When, WURD’s afternoon host wonders, is someone going to take responsibility?
Reality Check: Walking the Talk on Clean Energy
In Chicago and D.C., residents and government came together to close polluting plants in their community. In Philly, City Hall won’t even take real action on the PES Refinery site
Audio: Reality Check with Brooke Davis Anderson
Charles sat down with the Director of Museum Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts to discuss PAFA leading the country in acquiring works of art by women, and being among the best at acquiring works by African American artists—an effort towards making the museum better reflect the city and world it is a part of.
The Citizen Recommends: WURD Founder’s Day
This Friday, Pennsylvania’s only black-owned talk radio station will host a free, day-long celebration to honor the mission of its founder, Walter P. Lomax Jr.: to uplift Philly