The Greenwood Beat – WFPG Shines Light on Bro. Alvin Muhammad

The Greenwood BeatWFPG, Oklahoma’s first black, woman-owned radio station, has been gaining a lot of attention lately, thanks to the captivating show, “Trumpet on Greenwood,” hosted by Bro. Alvin Muhammad. Located in the historic Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma, WFPG is making history, and it is important to recognize and publicly thank Bro. Alvin Muhammad for his support in helping the station in every capacity.

Dr. Angela K. Chambers, CEO of The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, acknowledges the significant contributions of Bro. Alvin Muhammad, stating, “While WFPG is making history, it is very important for us to recognize and publicly thank Bro. Alvin Muhammad for his support on and off air.” Dr. Francetta L. , COO of The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, also emphasizes the importance of recognizing Bro. Alvin Muhammad’s work not only for the station but also throughout the community and the historic Greenwood District.

Dr. Chambers further adds, “He is so passionate about speaking to the young, and continuously studying, researching, and sharing information to keep us all informed. Everyone may not agree with his directness, but they have to respect the fact that he’s working to educate with truth and accuracy.” Bro. Alvin Muhammad, a member of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board, takes his fight for the community seriously.

Tune in weekly to Trumpet on Greenwood, airing every Sunday at 1:30 PM, to listen live to the enlightening information. The show covers a range of topics that are relevant and engaging. Listeners can tune in online at and connect with Trumpet on Greenwood on Facebook.

This Sunday’s broadcast promises to be another great show, titled “Woman! God’s First Act of Creation.” Bro. Alvin Muhammad’s dedication to educating and empowering the community shines through in every episode, making Trumpet on Greenwood a must-listen for anyone seeking knowledge and inspiration.

Bro. Alvin Muhammad’s commitment to his community and his passion for sharing information make him a respected figure in the Greenwood District and beyond. His work on Trumpet on Greenwood is just one example of his dedication to enlightening and empowering others.

As Oklahoma’s first black, woman-owned radio station, The Greenwood Beat – WFPG continues to make its mark in the industry. With Bro. Alvin Muhammad as one of its shining stars, the station is not only breaking barriers but also making a positive impact on the community it serves.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to tune in to Trumpet on Greenwood and gain an understanding and insightful information that Bro. Alvin Muhammad brings to the airwaves. Join the growing audience and experience the power of knowledge and community engagement.