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Daniel Hakim is a co-owner of The Nutritional Spot in Silver Spring, Maryland, along with his wife, Nadia Camba. The business opened in July, 2012, and provides nutritional products, meal replacements and wellness consultations. Four week long weight loss challenges are offered to its members, along with basic nutritional classes. Daniel has worked in the wellness industry for the past 14 years and is committed to improving the health and wellness of the Silver Spring Community. Visit his website at www.NutritionalSpot.com
We going to try something new on Wednesdays from now on. True to the name of the show, Ask Hakim The Truth, Wacky Wednesday is your day to do just that. Ask Abdul Hakim what ever you want an answer about. If you can't handle the Truth, then, Dont' ask !!!
Join Know the Ledge Radio for another profound presentatio. We are welcoming back Hakim Bey aka Moorpheus will who talk about the new operating system OCCOULIA and how to become the Sovereign Gods of this new golden age.
Fresh off a spiritual vision quest Hakim has some key interesting news he is prepared to share, for the first time EVER!
Our fund raiser is on its last leg, and we are rapidly approaching our goal. Tonight's show will also culminate our fundraiser drive. TUNE IN!!
Sandra Wilson Show Celebs Interviews Celebrity Fragrance Designer Mr Hakim Taliaferro Alpha Talk Society of Lux Life Scents of New York. Tune in to 1-347-215-7005
Hip Hop has come a long way since it's inception. It used to be you can only find it in block parties, now you hear the bass blasting in corporate boardrooms. Music that had got it's start from hustlers in the neighborhood is now rocking in super bowl stadiums. Hip Hop went from hood rich to a multi billion dollar business and growing rapidly. With all the forward progression Hip Hop seems to be making what happened to all the elements that made hip hop - HIP HOP? Does the industry need to look and go BACK TO THE BASICS?
RKITECH along with HAKIM GREEN of the classic hip hop group Channel Live talk about the state of hip hop, New York's role in the rape game, and the ANTI SKINNY JEANS movement. This is a 2RAW4TV that will be too LARGE to miss!
The special guest tonight is Brother Hakim H. Y. Bey, the topic will be "Little Known Moorish History and the Creation of the United States", subtitle "Novus Ordo Seclorum/E Pluribus Unum". This will be a show to prove the greatness of our people and the greatness we shall return to again.
Straight outta Harrisburg, PA (the center of my universe) comes an actor, writer and director named HAKIM ZAHIR! Hakim is a man of many talents: he is one of the busiest cameramen in town (and the official cameraman for our upcoming web series Hamilton Street) and when he is not working for others' he is (apparently) writing his own full length films such as the new film Battle Me, which is getting some great buzz. After viewing the trailer for Battle Me, I knew I just HAD to have Hakim o
Hakim Crampton is a youth violence prevention specialist, published author,award-winning poet, activist, mentor, and a survivor of the prison system.
After being wrongly incarcerated for over 15 years, Hakim became a well-known mentor in the Jackson community and within the Jackson Public School District.
Hakim's plethora of awards and accomplishments include being named one of 2011's Best, Brightest, and Most Beautiful People of Lansing, Michigan, and winning the 2012 Hot Top 100 Ranking Artist of the Year at the Spoken Word Billboard Awards.
Mr. Crampton's most recent project is his innovative book S.L.A.M. (Spoken Lyrics with an Academic Mission).
About Your Host:
JoAnnA "JoJo" Perkin is a Canadian-born artist. She has been a high school Englsih teacher for the past sixteen years within the Jackson Public School District (where she has served as Englsih Chair for the last five years). She holds a Master's in Education.
Perkin is the recipient of the national A Day Made Better Award, and was a 2010 Teacher of the Year.
Ms. Perkin currently writes a local column for The Blazer, and for Young Men's Perspective Magazine. In her spare time, she enjoys performing spoken word and featuring/hosting peotry events.
Interview with Jennie Brown Hakim, a writer, graphic artist and thinker who aims to do at least one OK thing a day in Orange County, California. She is the author of two new e-books, "Goody Ideas" and "It is Ok", also Medgar Evers (Melrose Square Press) and she has written articles for Vision and Orange Coast magazines. Visit Jennie at her site, www.JennieBrownHakim.com.