Friday
Sep192014

Christian Hip Hop Pioneer Reacts To Lecrae’s #1

Chris Cooper (Credit: Syntax Creative)Chris Cooper, the founding member of the legendary group SFC, has a lot to be excited about this week. For starters, his groundbreaking albums Phase III and Illumination are available digitally for the first time ever—along with the rest of his catalog—through Meis Music Group and distributed by Syntax Creative.

Plus, now, the genre many credit him as a founder has grabbed the industry's most coveted position with Anomaly by Lecrae as the #1 Billboard top-selling album across all genres.

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Friday
Sep192014

Adrian Peterson Still Getting Support from Some Members of African-American Community

The support for Adrian Peterson remains strong in the African-American community after he was suspended on child abuse charges for spanking his four-year-old with a switch.

Many are saying the Minnesota Vikings star running back’s decision to employ such a painful method of corporal punishment, though viewed by some as barbaric, is normal in many African-American households.

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Friday
Sep192014

Fight Hunger with WUFO: Join The Hunger Action Fellowship September 20

With a new US Census data revealing that half of Buffalo’s children are living in poverty, the dire needs of struggling families cannot go unmet.

That's why WUFO is urging you to join us at The Hunger Action Fellowship that will begin at 11 AM Saturday, September 20, 2014.

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Friday
Sep192014

WUFO CEO Sheila Brown Celebrates Birthday

Break out the cake and ice cream, and celebrate! Vision Multi Media Group, LLC Founder, who also owns Western NY’s #1 Inspiration station, WUFO 1080 AM, has lived to see another year.

Happy Birthday to Sheila Brown, the progressive visionary leader who is taking the Hall of Fame-inducted brand you love to the next level.

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Thursday
Sep182014

Report: Majority of Buffalo’s Children Live in Poverty

Credit: GETTYMost of Buffalo’s children live in poverty according to new U.S. Census Bureau estimates—the first time this has occurred in a decade.

Buffalo News Reports that the poverty rate for children under 18 went up from 45 percent in 2012 to 50.6 percent in 2013. 29,726 of the city’s 58,722 children under 18 live in poverty, according to the Census estimate.

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