Introducing the Black Women’s Health Show by Zaakirah Nayyar on the Greenwood Beat

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The Black Women’s Health Show hosted by Zaakirah Nayyar to launch on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

Tulsa, Oklahoma – Get ready for a new talk show that is set to captivate audiences and challenge the status quo in the health and wellness industry. See Life Different presents the Black Women’s Health Show, hosted and produced by Zaakirah Nayyar Muhammad, is here to shed light on the experiences and concerns of Black women while showcasing the groundbreaking work of Oklahoma-based health and wellness startups, companies, and individuals.

Zaakirah Nayyar Muhammad, a creative strategist, author, and marketing expert, is a true force to be reckoned with. Her journey, overcoming childhood cancer, hearing impairments, chronic illnesses, and visual impairments, has shaped her resilience and empowered her to become an innovative voice in the media industry. With over a decade of professional experience, Zaakirah brings a unique perspective to the table, ensuring that you are informed and inspired to “See Life Differently”.

“See Life Different” aims to raise awareness and tackle the deeply-rooted traumas that African Americans face within the health and wellness industry. By amplifying the concerns and advocating for the well-being of Black women, the show aspires to create a platform that truly represents and champions their needs.

The Black Women’s Health weekly talk show will broadcast live every Thursday at 3:30pm on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG’s online radio platform via their website at www.thegreenwoodbeat.com, TuneIn, and Apple Radio, delivering enlightening conversations, empowering stories, and thought-provoking discussions.

Get ready to engage in an inspiring journey as “See Life Different” sets out to redefine the narrative around Black women’s health concerns. Together, we will build a collaborative platform that amplifies voices and nurtures the well-being of our communities.

See Life Different is a platform for BIPOC women of purpose confidently sharing stories of resilience, supporting minority-owned businesses and bridging the gap between Tulsa, Oklahoma communities and its disparities.

Media Contact

For media inquiries, guest pitches, sponsorship, and interview requests, please contact:

Zaakirah Nayyar Muhammad

Host and Producer, “See Life Different”

Email: zaakirah@zaakirahnayyar.com

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The Greenwood Beat – WFPG Recognizes Monique Young for Breast Cancer Month

The Importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October has proven to be a very important month for women, as it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During this time, we come together to support and empower women, and to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and prevention of breast cancer.

One remarkable woman who has taken on the mission of inspiring and motivating others is Monique Young. Every year, Monique takes to Facebook to share her personal journey with breast cancer, urging women to get mammograms and encouraging them to take charge of their health.

Monique’s raw and unedited account of her experience with breast cancer is a testament to her strength, openness, and compassion for others, especially women. She has touched the lives of many and continues to be a source of inspiration and support.

Honoring the Survivors and Remembering the Fighters

While there are countless success stories of women who have triumphed over breast cancer, we must also remember and honor those who have lost their battle. October is a time to pay tribute to these brave women and to remind ourselves of the importance of regular check-ups and early detection.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to recognize Monique Young for her incredible journey and her dedication to raising awareness. Monique has created a website in memory of her late daughter, where she sells merchandise to support her cause. By purchasing a pink shirt from her website, www.moscloset.store, you can show your support and help spread the message of early detection to other women.

The Role of The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

The Greenwood Beat – WFPG is Oklahoma’s first black, women-owned radio station, located in the historic Greenwood District. As women, it is our responsibility to address the issues that are important to us, especially when it comes to our health.

At The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, we are committed to using our platform to raise awareness and educate our community about breast cancer. We believe in the power of unity and solidarity, and together, we can make a difference.

Join us in honoring Monique Young and supporting her journey to spread the importance of early detection. By purchasing a T-shirt from her website, you not only contribute to a worthy cause, but you also become a part of a movement that seeks to empower women and prioritize their health.

Together, let’s make sure that every woman knows the importance of regular check-ups, early detection, and the support of a strong community. Together, we can make a difference.

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