A majority of dads in the U.S., seven out of ten, recently reported that they could use tips on how to be a better parent, according to a national survey conducted by the Ad Council. In advance of Father’s Day, WWE Superstars are inspiring dads throughout the country to get more involved in their children’s lives. WWE is joining the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Family Assistance, the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, and the Ad Council to launch a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) that encourage dads to recognize their critical role and give them the tools to help get more involved.
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The official music video for Woo Child's "Don't I".
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Woo Child's Music has been featured on TV and Video Games, including Target's Bullseye University, WWE Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown, as well as the video games "UFC Undisputed 3" and "Saint's Row 3".
Versatile, talented, and honest, Woo Child is rapidly making a name for himself as a true up and comer in the fiercely competitive hip hop game. A relentless work ethic and skilled flow is vaulting Woo Child to new heights, as he writes and performs all of his own music, which is garnering interest across the country through internet marketing and free downloads. After the free release of Woo Child Presents: Industry Takeover and generating thousands of downloads by fans all over the world, he began crafting his current project, ?Anywhere?."
To coincide with Independence Day, the Ad Council, R/GA and an unprecedented group of brands launched “We Are America,” an extension of the iconic Love Has No Labels campaign, explaining that love for country is love for the people who make up this country. The new PSAs, featuring WWE Superstar John Cena, continue to further the campaign message of acceptance of all communities regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age and ability. Love Has No Labels encourages audiences to recognize their implicit bias – biases that live in our subconscious – in order to promote inclusion. “We Are America” invites everyone to submit their photos to demonstrate the true diversity that makes up America. Upworthy, a 2015 campaign launch partner, shared “We Are America” on its social platforms and will be creating a series of videos launching in the coming months to help further the campaign message.