Now more than ever, women are redefining their roles at work and at home. Women have more options than ever, from full-time careers outside the home to careers as full-time homemakers with stops nearly everywhere in between. While women are achieving an unprecedented work-life balance, a piece of the puzzle that is more often missing than not is life insurance.Details
Troy Buder, Executive Director Of Queen of Katwe Shares His Vision On Frank Talk with Pamela Anchang
Directed by Mira Nair “Queen of Katwe” is produced by Lydia Dean Pilcher, p.g.a., and John Carls, p.g.a., with Will Weiske and Troy Buder serving as executive producers.In our red carpet segment Troy Buder shares his foresight in telling this story.Details
Disney’s “Queen of Katwe” is based on the vibrant true story of Phiona Mutesi, a young girl from the streets of Kampala, Uganda whose world rapidly changes when she is introduced to the game of chess by soccer coach and former missionary Robert Katende, and, as a result of the support she receives from her family and community, is instilled with the confidence and determination she needs to pursue her dream of becoming an international chess champion.Details
The 6th Annual Taste of Mexico returns to the beautiful, charming, intimate courtyard of LA Plaza de Cultural Y Artes, 501 Main Street, Los Angeles CA. LA Plaza de Cultural Y Artes is LA’s dedicated museum of Mexican American History and culture situated in the heart of the vibrant and thriving culture scene of Downtown Los Angeles.Details
In actor David Oyelowo’s words, it is time to tell stories about Africa that convey joy rather than the same old sadness and downtrodden rhetoric that is all too often used to depict the continent. Listen to David’s powerful message about the shift in message and his participation in this inspiring film, QUEEN OF KATWE, in which he stars as the transformational figure Robert Katende.Details
Watts, CA. – The longest running jazz festival in the city, the 40th Annual Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festival was held on Sunday, September 25, 2016. The festival was held in conjunction with the 55th Anniversary of the Watts Towers Art Center.
The 35th Annual Watts Towers Day of the Drum Festival and the 40th Annual Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festival were presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and Friends of Watts Towers Art Center.
The Watts Towers Art Center is a cultural institution in Los Angeles and served as a beacon for the community. The venue continued to engage the entire community, residents, visitors and tourist with guided tours of the famous Watts Towers, children’s activities, arts and crafts, and delightful array of mouthwatering food throughout the weekend.Details
Arab American Media, News Report, Samer Hijazi Photo: (L-R) Zade Alsawah, Nirmeen Fahmy and Zaineb Hussein. DEARBORN — It’s no secret that Arab and Muslim Americans have not rallied behind Hillary Clinton with the same enthusiasm as other presidential candidates. In fact, Arab Americans were credited with tilting the scales in Senator Bernie Sanders’ favor…Details
In a red carpet interview for Queen Of Katwe Movie Premiere at El Capitan Movie Theatre, Hollywood, CA, Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o stops by The Immigrant Magazine, Frank Talk with Pamela Anchang, and shares a message that resonates way beyond the boundaries of her East African heritage asserting the importance and relevance of this historic film by Walt Disney.Details
Inglewood-It was a beautiful day in the City of Champions, with picture perfect clear blue skies and a slight breeze.
The City of Inglewood celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a huge cultural festival, Saturday, September 17, 2016, on the grounds of Crozier Middle School. National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15-October 15, Americans recognize the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate their heritage and culture.
Hispanics have had a profound and positive influence on our country through their strong commitment to family, faith, hard work, and service. They have enhanced and shaped our national character with centuries-old traditions that reflect the multiethnic and multicultural customs of their community.Details
I learned what it means to be a U.S. citizen at the family dinner table.
My earliest memories are of the vivid stories my parents told me, stories that shaped the values I hold to this day and that emphasized the playing an active role in shaping and improving our world.
Over warm bowls of sinigang, my father told my brother, sister and me how he marched in Selma, Alabama and stood with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the historic battle for civil rights.Details