International Afro-Pop Superstar TIWA SAVAGE, In Los Angeles

International Afro-Pop Superstar TIWA SAVAGE, In Los Angeles

For the last decade Tiwa has thrilled audiences and radio stations with her own brand of music a combination of Afro and Western pop known as afro-pop. She is likened to global artists like Beyonce, and is quite the diva now ruling not just the African music scene but poised to invade Hollywood.
This Friday Savage will be introducing herself by celebrating her birthday with her Los Angeles fans that have long waited for this moment.

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Happy Chinese New Year 2017, the year of the Rooster

Chinese Immigrant Communities Celebrate New Year 2017, The Year Of The Rooster

TIM, Entertainment This year, our fellow Chinese immigrant communities will be celebrating the Chinese New Year – The Year of the Rooster, which will be celebrated for a two-week period stretches from Saturday January 28 to February 15th, 2017. Known as the Spring Festival, it is marked by the lunisolar Chinese calendar, and so changes…

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KINGDOM DAY PARADE, "Now More Than Ever, We All Must Work Together"

32nd Annual Kingdom Day Parade ,”Now More Than Ever, We All Must Work Together”

On January 16, 2017, Los Angeles commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with its signature Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles.

This year’s parade will once again shine light on the life and legacy of love exemplified by the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As echoed by the President and CEO Of the Parade, Dr. Adrian Dove, “ it is the only parade dedicated to love and one that uses love as a weapon to fight inequality”

Kingdom Day Parade

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Meryl Streep Gives Voice To Immigrants! Takes Aim At President-elect, Donald Trump At Golden Globes

Known for her repertoire of great films and awards, Meryl Streep this evening took home another award alongside her honorary Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes, IMMIGRANT ADVOCATE and the importance of a free press! In case you missed it, here is her message to President-elect Donald Trump and the powers that be:

“Please sit down. Thank you. I love you all. You’ll have to forgive me. I’ve lost my voice in screaming and lamentation this weekend. And I have lost my mind sometime earlier this year, so I have to read.

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Producer & Actress Sabrina Percario's film, JULIA says, "Follow your dreams!"

Producer & Actress Sabrina Percario’s film, JULIA says, “Follow your dreams!”

Brazilian born actress and producer Sabrina Percario like most immigrants came to the United States with big dreams. She certainly has made great strides realizing her dreams, earning numerous accolades the likes of which define success in Hollywood including an award for Best Leading Actress at UIFF (United International Film Festival), Jury Mention at LAIFFA (L.A Independent Film Festival Awards) and Best Drama Short Film at the Sao Paulo Times Film Festival for her short film “Julia,” which happens to be about realizing one’s own dreams!

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Why African-Print Fashion Now? A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style

African-Print Fashion Now! A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style (on view March 26–July 30, 2017) will feature the dynamic and diverse dress traditions of African-print cloth—the boldly patterned and brightly colored textiles popular across Africa—and their increasing connections to the international fashion and contemporary art worlds.

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3 Keys to Combating Proliferating Pessimism Among Americans

It’s sad but true: Americans are becoming overwhelmingly pessimistic. And, there’s no shortage of studies to prove it. From reported data citing that a paltry 6 percent of Americans think the world is getting better to the staggering finding that more than two-thirds of Americans think the country is moving in the wrong direction, all of this negativity is understandably taking its toll.

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