Only few super stars contribute to the betterment of humanity after gaining tremendous success and fame; Farahri is one of such great people. Shining bright, vivacious Farahri is trying to empower the world with motivational and positive messages that she conveys via her music and she named it as Global Pursuit of Positivity (GPoP). The term GPoP is coined by Farahri herself with the purpose to encourage love and positive thinking towards humanity. No one has ever used musical power better than her before!Details
PHOENIX — Rapper Mohamad Tokko, AKA “Yung Tokes”, a Dearborn native dropped a song, accompanied by a music video, as a response to business tycoon and presidential candidate Donald Trump’s bigoted comments.
Following Trump’s controversial plan last year to ban Muslims from entering the United States, Muslims and their allies took to social media condemning his remarks.
Yung Tokes’ song, titled “El Donald Trump”, highlights the frustration many Arab and Muslim Americans endure as a result of a dramatic rise in discrimination against them.Details
ORLANDO, Fla.–Filial piety has been part of the Chinese tradition for centuries, but would it have changed after the Chinese immigrated oversea? Are there any differences in practicing and reflecting filial piety? Are there cultural conflicts in American society?
According to the United States Census Bureau, the Chinese immigrants population in the U.S. has increased from nearly 400,000 in 1980 to over 2 million in 2013. Forty percent of them entered the U.S. after 2000.Details
As an undocumented worker in Silicon Valley, I have been able to sustain myself by holding jobs where I was paid under the table. I started cleaning houses at 19. My older sister was already working in the house-cleaning business and she offered me a job. I took the job because as a college student I would be able to have a flexible schedule that would allow me to attend classes.Details
Impassioned by Aamir Khan and eager to work against Scott Foley; Farahri asks to let go all the fear!
Positivity leads to betterment. This is what Farahri thinks and wants every person to be positive. It is undoubtedly a fact that the bold Farahri oozes what most of us yearn for. Isn’t it? And the secret of her successful life is nothing but her positive thoughts and behavior. She is the symbol that a little ray of positivity and good thoughts can pave ways towards better tomorrow.Details
It’s no secret the majority of entrepreneurs boast a strong feeling of self-reliance and self-confidence, particularly if they’ve already achieved success in their business. That’s why it makes sense that, when it comes to investing, many accomplished entrepreneurs entrust themselves with money management over an advisor at their local bank or neighborhood financial firm—or even a high powered Wall Street broker for that matter. For committed entrepreneurs, money is not a luxury, but the very lifeblood for their vision—it’s what sustains them in the here and now, and what fuels their dreams, aspirations and future goals.Details
A film that explores the possibilities and limits of inter-religious, inter-racial, and intercultural relationships in our society today.
Ben Johnson is a struggling PhD candidate in the school of philosophy. It is his seventh year and this is the semester that he must finish his dissertation or all his work will be for nothing. He tries to jolt himself into action but soon tires of the activity. He takes a break and visits a local art gallery opening where he runs into a fellow PhD candidate, Ara.Details
Stress and its symptoms are maintained unconsciously as a distraction from emotional issues and harmful thinking. By addressing these issues, your body can let go, thereby improving physical health and enhancing performance and the ability to feel joy.
“The Path” is a model of resilience based on my 40 years of research and clinical work in helping people overcome personal blocks and achieve high levels of success, while optimizing health.Details
Sureshbhai Patel went for a walk in Huntsville, Alabama. He ended up paralysed, beaten up not by muggers or hoodlums but by the city’s own policemen. The story caused an international furore. A 57-year-old grandfather thrown down face first by the police because he spoke no English. Officer Eric Parker was arrested and charged with use of “excessive force”. The Governor of Alabama, Robert Bentley, personally apologized to India and in a letter addressed to the Consul-General in Atlanta hoped that “Mr. Patel will regain full use of his legs” and assured the Indian government as well as Indians living and working in the state that “we will see that justice is done”.Details
The Garifuna International Indigenous Film Festival (GIIFF) is happy to take audiences and moviegoers on a global journey celebrating culture through art and film. Please be a part of this experience by submitting your films for the 5th Annual Garifuna Indigenous International Film Festival.
The GIIFF, currently one of the nation’s most prestigious film festivals celebrating both Caribbean and indigenous cultures from around the world will be held on May 26-30, 2016 in Venice, California.Details
WASHINGTON—Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has extended Sudan’s designation for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for an additional 18 months due to the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions in Sudan that prevent its nationals from safely returning. The extended designation is effective May 3, 2016, through November 2, 2017.Details