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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Love and Hip-Hop New York's: Amina Buddafly
Through her various musical influences (Mariah Carey, ABBA, The Bangles, Carmen McRae, Joe Sample and Linda Perry), she has learned how to create timeless music. She's all about vocal arrangement and big melodies. Amina's describes her music as pure and real. Big songs with truthful, meaningful lyrics, musical and organic sounds and peerless harmonies. She says: "Music is a feeling and I believe only if it comes from my heart and I really love it, people can feel it."
Aside from her being an artist, Amina is very driven and determined to become a big-time songwriter/composer. Her catalog holds more than 400 songs that she has written over the past few years. She also has learned how to engineer and produce, even teaching herself LOGIC. By spending her life surrounded by accomplished producers/writers and having the opportunity to work with major labels, Amina gained tons of experience.
Today, more than ever, she is ready and has what it takes to get to the top.
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Tara Wallace from love and hip hop New York joins the have a seat radio hosts to speak on the show. She will be spilling the details on her relationship status with her ex, and his ex wife Amina buddafly.
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Have A Seat Radio got a great show for you guys tonight. As usual we will discuss hot topics in current events and entertainment news. Todays guest are Love And Hip Hop New York's Amina Buddafly and What Chilli Wants Relationship expert Tionna Smalls. Tune in and join the discussion as we get the scoop on season 5 on Love And Hip Hop and find out what Tionna Smalls been up to since What Chilli Wants been off air. You don't want to miss it.
*** Calling all Bald Beauties, Permed Divas, and Locked Lovelies !! ***
Join us this Wednesday, February 25, 2015, from 8:00pm-10:00pm EST, on the Art Of War Network, with Host Earl Simmons, and our Guest Sister Netfah Amina Afia, a fabulous Head Scarf Designer and the Soul Owner/Designer/Creator at Simply Netfah Wholistic Boutique. Listen in as she teaches some basic techniques, tips and tricks for creating stylish head wraps for everyday wear and more! Netfah Amina Afia will share the insights of how the use of natural fibers and colors subdues and/or enhances our energy and how to use these tools and resources when adorning our sacred body temples.
So join us ont he Art of War Network: 347-857-3470, anybodyand everybody is welcome to call in to ask questions, give your comment, or you may want to just listen in to get information.
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We are talking to Amina Buddafly about her new single "Dont Wanna Be Right" thats at the top of the charts, future collaborations and her growing baby bump.
Small Business Spotlight
Ansel Fields CEO of Mr. Fields Catering located in Philadelphia.
One of the founders of Carribean week is stopping past the studio to talk to us about what we can expect this year!
To end it with a bang we have our Empowerment Sundays Segment with Tammira Lucas who will be in the studio in person.
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KDSL will interview Amina Brown of NFTE or Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship on 16 April 2013 at 12noon EST.
As a former District of Columbia Public School English and Journalism teacher at both the junior high and high school level, Ms. Amina Brown is familiar with the challenges that at-risk, neglected and abandon youth confront daily. First hand encounters with children orphaned by AIDS, drug addiction, and stories of struggle through extreme poverty--often under a pervasive and unremitting threat of lethal violence serve as motivation for Ms. Brown’s commitment to education reform and innovative curriculum design. Ms. Brown is currently the Senior Director of Programs for the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship where she is charged with helping NFTE DC fulfill its potential as a force for change by building an ever-expanding and increasingly academic strategy leveraging private and public sectors committed to educational excellence and opportunity for all children.
Prior to her experience at NFTE, Ms. Brown was an Instructional Performance Coach at Anacostia Senior High School as part of DCPS’ School Turnaround and Restructuring Effort. Prior to this experience, Ms. Brown was a District Literacy Coach/Reading Intervention Program Manager for District of Columbia Public schools via the Office of Curriculum and Instruction.
Ms. Brown holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Syracuse University, and Master’s degree from the American University in Journalism and Public Affairs and is certified in International Baccalaureate World Literature; Advanced Placement Language and Composition and Adult Literacy. Ms. Brown is a native Washingtonian.
The Price of Honor is a documentary film about the murders of Amina and Sarah Said, teenage sisters from Lewisville, Texas, who were killed in a premeditated “honor killing” in 2008. The film shows the lives of the sisters and the path to their eventual murders by their own father, Yaser Said, who fled the crime scene and remains on the FBI’s Most Wanted List. Director, and Executive Producer and activist, Xoel Pamos, and author, activist, producer, Amy Logan speak with the Voice of Leadership about honor killings and this powerful film.
The film reveals new details and uncovers evidence about the case that has never before been made public, including a previous murder committed by Yaser, and the ultimate sacrifice of Amina Said, who had a secret plan to protect the love of her life. Her words, through emails, letters and diary entries, become the voice of the film and change much of what has heretofore been assumed about this case. Despite the tragedy, viewers will learn of an incredible love story that still has life after death.
Friends, family members, experts and activists against “honor violence” emotionally guide viewers through the girls’ lives and deaths, in the process launching a movement to bring Yaser Said to justice. The Price of Honor discredits the prevailing theory that Yaser fled to his native Egypt after shooting his daughters, instead proposing that he is in hiding in the U.S.
The film’s additional mission is to bring awareness to this international issue of honor violence, expose law enforcement’s mismanagement of the Said case, and raise the bar for how honor violence is handled by police in the U.S. henceforth.
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Yesu arimo aravana ITORERO rye mubyo bise itorero-dini. kw'isi yose yahagurukije abakozi ba saa kumi n'imwe, barakora nkabarangiza koko!
Halleluyaha, ndashima Imana ko ndi uwa 17h!
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For the better part of 200 years, thousands of female soldiers fought and died to expand the borders of their West African kingdom. Even their conquerors, the French, acknowledged their "prodigious bravery." According to Greek accounts, the earliest Amazons came from Libya (then a name for most of North Africa). They wore red leather and carried crescent-shaped shields. It was these Libyan Amazons, they said, who later founded cities and temples in the Aegean and Anatolia. At a much later period, the Amazons of Dahomey were crack all-female troops, all female, who also served as royal bodyguards. They were also priestesses and wore crescent moon crowns.The Hausa had a number of warrior queens, notably Amina of Zau Zau. A woman named Bazao-Turunku led warriors and founded a town south of Zaria. Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. We are going to pay respect to the woman warriors and explain why and who were the original ride or die chicks.
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