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Renair Amin

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Renair Amin is no stranger to the arts. As an author, she has written for various print and on-line publications including Gay Black Female Magazine, SABLE Magazine and DEEP HUES e-zine. She has been featured on the Nghosi Books, Femme Noir, Sistahs for Sistahs, Soulful Pen Xpressions and Kuma.com websites. Her work also appears in the Nghosi Books anthology, Longing, Lust & Loving. Her short play, The Ride, was a featured staged reading at the 3rd Annual Potpourri’s Reading Festival. She also acted in Kimberly Q's "Erotica Monologues: Orchids" Play, and Wesley Curtis’ “Window in Harlem.” As a spoken word artist, Renair has performed extensively, gracing stages in Atlanta , Rochester, Philadelphia and in New York City, where she hosts Speak Your Myne Harlem, a monthly open mic showcase of her creation. Just as passionate working behind the scenes, she has produced venues for Mo Beasley of UrbanErotika fame, James Saunders III, founder of Black Pride NYC, and performance artist Nhojj, among others. As a motivational speaker, she was a presenter at the Empowering Women Workshop in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she unveiled the first of her C.A.S.H. (Communicate and Accept that you have the Strength to ask for Help) series.

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