The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, Oklahoma’s first women-owned and black woman-owned radio station, located in the Historic Greenwood District in Tulsa, has some exciting news to share. Since its launch, the station has been steadily gaining listenership locally and internationally, thanks to its great mix of music and engaging talk shows.
One of the station’s goals is to empower communities by providing information and education, and they are taking a significant step towards achieving this. COO Dr. Francetta L Mays has been working closely with representatives of the American Red Cross in Tulsa to connect with and provide specific information to the African American community about Sickle Cell Disease and the importance of blood donation.
Starting in February, Dr. Yvette Miller will host a segment on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, focusing on Sickle Cell Disease. Listeners can expect to hear explanations about the disease, its treatment, and the crucial role of blood donation from the community. The station is thrilled to partner with the American Red Cross to provide information, education, and community events, including blood drives, to help enhance and potentially save the lives of those living with Sickle Cell Disease.
The Greenwood Beat is committed to keeping its listeners informed and engaged. With 24/7 programming, you can tune in from your favorite device and stay connected for more information and the show’s schedule.
CEO Dr. Angela K. Chambers, one of the driving forces behind this partnership, expresses her honor and excitement for the potential impact it will have on the community. Together, they are creating change and making a difference.
Stay tuned to The Greenwood Beat – WFPG for more updates and join them in their mission to uplift, inspire, support, and educate the community.