Rachel Dolezal – is NOT Black

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.

Dr. Cheyenne Bryant – Mental Detox

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Got my book in the mail about a week ago and am already on Chapter 4. This extraordinary woman has accomplished so much and is sure to keep climbing the ladder of success throughout her career.

I know this book will put me in a better place – state of mind – physically & spiritually. If you’ve dealt with poisonous negative thoughts, experienced traumatizing events or just enjoy learning new ways to lead a healthy mindful life, this book can help you.

About The Author

Cheyenne Bryant is an experienced Life Coach. For years she has shared her wisdom, awareness, and insight through lectures and assisting individuals with life impairments and challenges. Cheyenne embarked on a similar journey as the one you are undertaking, assisted by Iyanla Vanzant, Marianne Williamson, and many others. It wasn’t until she began healing others, that she began to heal herself. You see, healing is transparent. God works through transparency. What God moves through you, God gives to you! On a professional level Cheyenne has had the privilege of working with John Travolta, Anthony Hopkins, Mel Gibson, Chaka Khan, Adam Levine, Mario Lopez, Jessica Simpson, Robin Thicke, Phil Ivey, Simon Fuller, Jamaal Jackson, Behati Prinsloo, Andrew Nikou, Bishop Noel Jones, Greys Anatomy, American Idol, Ellen Degeneres, Weight Watchers, Entertainment One, CBS, Hollywood Husbands, TV Guide, and many others!

Order Now at: http://www.mentaldetoxbook.com

New and Rising Fashion Designer – D.haleter

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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?

I do have a website it is Dhaleterdesigns.bigcartel.com however I do take custom orders as well contacted via email d.haleterstyle@gmail.com

 * 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.

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Be sure to follow this artist on Instagram @ dhaleter

That Girl Fel – Power 98.3

unnamed 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?
 ThatGirlFe: Yes I’m from Arizona, born & raised! 🙂
 Q. Prior to working at Power 98.3, did you work at any other radio stations?
ThatGirlFe: Power 98.3 is the first & only radio station I have worked for, so far.
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?
ThatGirlFe: It helps if you do know someone but most people, myself included, start off by doing an internship. There’s no money involved just school credit but the experience u gain is all worth it. Plus you get to meet some cool people in the industry.
Q. What inspirational advice would you give to those out there looking to break into radio?
ThatGirlFe: The best advice I could give someone who is trying to get into radio is, APPLY for an internship! If you’re going to a school then ur already halfway there. You don’t have to take radio related courses, you just have to make sure it’s ok with your school if u can earn school credit by working for a radio station. And once u get the internship, be ready to work hard and show them you are there for the right reasons, not just to meet celebs!
Q. Who is your favorite artist you’ve interviewed and/or met so far?
ThatGirlFe: So far the coolest person I’ve interviewed would probably have to be Ne-Yo. Mostly because he just had a great personality and had great answers to my questions. This was back when he was going to be performing at one of the Arizona Jazz Festivals. And as far as the coolest person I’ve met, most artist or “celebrities” are really down to earth people. They are so regular when they are right in front of u but I do remember looking at Alicia Keys’ nose and eye make up as she was talking to me. I didn’t hear a word she said because I was thinking to myself how cute her nose & make up are. Lol! Rihanna one time asked me if my lip piercing hurt because she was thinking about getting something like that. Her & her people convinced me to take a picture with her. I didn’t want to because I went to work looking busted. Lol! I told myself I would always get ready for work after that. But I tend to get along with and communicate with one of my all time favorites the most, Miss Mya. She is my Beyoncé. So she would probably have to be the coolest person I met. Lol! Plus she sang Happy Birthday to me one time! 🙂
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?
 
ThatGirlFel: There was a time when I was doing part time radio and still working at a regular 9-5 where I questioned if I still wanted to do this radio thing. It was taking soooo long for me to get a full time position and bills still needed to be paid. But I thought ahead and knew I would miss it if I left it completely. So I kept doing it part time and one day someone believed in me! Obtaining a full time position was good enough for me. I love my job & my city but I would be cheating myself and everybody that believes in me if I didn’t pursue a better opportunity if ever one came my way! 😉
Be sure to tune into Power 98.3 with ThatGirlFel Middays 10a-3p PST or on the web at http://power983.com
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