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Soulin with Mzuri and Djehuty, "Time for some R&R, Review and Reflection"

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SOULIN with Mzuri and Djehuty

SOULIN with Mzuri and Djehuty


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Healing Through the Sound of Music is a 501c3 music and theatrical performing arts company founded in 2001 by Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye. She is an internationally acclaimed vocalist, actress, and multi-award-winning playwright of The Fannie Lou Hamer Story who also co-starred as Lucy in the hit film Sankofa. She is joined by her husband, co-host, and executive producer Djehuty Se Hotep. 

SOULIN’ is an entertaining art and culture radio broadcast that promotes global peace and unity. A chance meeting on destined the co-hosts on an awesome adventure to expand every dimension of their worlds. This program is an offspring of their union with the intent to be so socially impactful that it inspires community engagement. 
SOULIN’ written by New York City Symphony Music Dir., David Eaton and recorded by Mzuri. Djehuty immediately recognized it as the healing theme song to create an upbeat radio program to give Mzuri a way to connect with her global fans to attract callers. 
Mzuri and Djehuty are thrilled to invite callers on an introspective journey of self-discovery and personal development consisting of music, messages, and special interviews. We engage callers by asking “how are doing today”, to wit they reply SOULIN’.  Then we ask, how are you SOULIN’ your world today?

Djehuty defines SOULIN’ as Expressing Compassion Towards Oneself and Others.  It is a declaration of social accountability to compassionately connect with our world.  He states the aim of the broadcast is to create an entertainingly unique way to remove veils of ignorance that cloud our perspective which will engender respect, appreciation, and empowerment of oneself and others.  Booker T. Washington said, “if you desire to improve your condition in life or lift yourself up, then you should help someone else to achieve a better life