Racism – How media reports black vs. white.
It is so popular and yet at the same time, unpopular to be black. With our culture and identity being stolen, can we please have something of our own not for the taking and appropriating by white people.
Rachel Doleful would have done much better and more if she would of just of been herself while doing the activism work for the black community. Because lets be truthful, when white people speak about the the injustices black people face, its heard a little clearer.
She obviously loves black people, culture and the way we look. But her approach to how she could reach us was through lies and now she has lost all trust from those she so eagerly wanted to help.
I am an admirer of this woman and she has so much to teach women about becoming your own boss.
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* Tell us your name & your clothing line:
My Name is Dymond and my Brands name is D.haleter pronounced (AL-tee)
* Do you have a website yet? If not, what are, if any, the site(s) you sale your pieces on? – Or, is it only via individual orders?
* What inspired you to become a designer & how old were you started the line?
I actually grew up a dancer. Fashionesta mindset but dance was what had my attention…. I Designed my first dress when I was 17 years old for my best friend to have made for her prom. And I dropped my first clothing collection when I was 19 in December 2012.
* What has been the toughest thing you faced in the works of getting your line up & running?
Definitely doing it all on my own. Im taking the entrepreneur approach. And being self taught in sewing and not having any fashion school background I’ve endured the hardships of building everything I have from the ground up. But, thats what they say isn’t it… Entrepreneurs are those people who will endure the extra hard years for a life they truly want and deserve.
* What are your aspirations | goals with the line?
To make my Brand a household name.. As a designer I also do styling and creative directing. And more I want my brand to become a well known name in fashion like Versace or McQueen, not just clothing but much more than that.
* Give us a brief description of the line. What types of pieces have you created thus far:
Well, the “Haleter” of D.haleter is french. It means to be at a loss of breath or to gasp. And that is what I consider my clothing, breath taking. I design cloths for the the trend setters the statement makers. The people who aren’t afraid to raise a few eyebrows and turn a few heads. In a good way of course. Luxury ready to wear clothing with an edge. I design a little of everything from urban wear to swimwear, gowns and outerwear.
Be sure to follow this artist on Instagram @ dhaleter
I had a chance to listen to the station and Ms. Fel during my last two trips to Arizona and wanted to reach out to this young lady to get an inside scoop of the radio business and her experiences. I had a few questions and she was totally open to an interview.
Q. Are you from Arizona, and if not, what brought you to the beautiful desert state?
Q. Prior to working at Power 98.3, did you work at any other radio stations?
Q. How did your career start off in the music radio business? Was it through internships or were you lucky enough to know someone to bring you right in?
Q. What inspirational advice would you give to those out there looking to break into radio?
Q. Who is your favorite artist you’ve interviewed and/or met so far?
Q. Is this your last pit stop, your “I’ve accomplished my dream”, or do you have plans to move through different and even higher channels within the radio business?