Sudan Massacre

written by ari Social media has turned blue in solidarity of the Sudan Massacre. The color blue represents Mohamed Mattar, a 26 year old innocent graduate from London Brunel University. Mattar was shot and killed by Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces on June 3rd while protecting two women at a peaceful sit in protest. All over …

Jam Squad Recap: Summer Meals Kickoff Festival

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This past weekend the WDKX Jam Squad was invited to attend the Summer Meals Kickoff Festival this past Saturday, June 8th at Frontier Field. After experiencing this festival, I honestly can say that Rochester does their best to show love and support for our youth. The Summer Meals Initiative was created to help feed children under 18 years old free breakfast and lunch all summer long. Continue reading “Jam Squad Recap: Summer Meals Kickoff Festival”

Rochester City Council Candidate Stanley Martin hosts Live Q&A & Fundraiser at UUU Gallery

written by ari Stanley Martin, East District City Council Candidate will be hosting another Community Connection and Fundraising event of the summer at local art collective, UUU Gallery. This event will commemorate art and jazz, as well as feature music from the UUU jazz band and many other surprises! If you are interested in art …