The F.I.R.M Launch/Music Fest Weekend

THE F.I.R.M Launch Weekend and Music Conference started on Wednesday but there are still more events ahead. If you are in the Atlanta area Don’t Miss It!

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On Wednesday, July 15th, 2009, The F.I.R.M. launched its groundbreaking music festival and empower others on the importance of “Taking Ownership of Ourselves.” It will be a powerful movement focused on practical education, providing real opportunities in the music industry, while helping artists reach their maximum potential. This five-day launch will include; Writing Sessions- Live in the Studio, The Kick Off Party, Live Radio, a Pop/R&B/Gospel Showcase, Producer’s Swap Meet, Panel Discussions, The Official F.I.R.M. Launch Party, Tweet & Eat Picnic, and The Premiere A&R Showcase.

GUESTS INCLUDE:

Wayne Williams-Jive Records,
Kim Smith- Rowdy Records (Dallas Austin),
T Mah- Konvict Records,
Serge- Atlantic Records,
Dub G- UGK Records,
Cappriccieo Scates – SESAC,
Askia Fountain – Compound (Ne yo),
Kawan “KP” Prather- Def Jam Records,
Mike Jackson- EMI Music Publishing,
Ray Daniels- Universal/ Motown Records,
Lamont Norris- Universal/ Motown,
Brian Miller- Artist Factory,
Torrence Scott- J Pat Records (Usher),
Kna nook- Collipark Music,
Sal- Disturbing Tha Peace,
Khao Cates – Producer (R. Kelly, T.I., Ruben Studdard, Lil G, Snoop, Ludacris, Pharrell),
Nitti Beats- Producer (Yung Joc, Young Dro, T.I., Plies, Juvenile, Jermaine Dupri),
No ID- G.O.O.D. Music (Kanye, Jay Z, Common, Usher, Jermaine Dupri, Alicia Keys), and TJ Chapman- TJ DJs.

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Mormon Sect Commits Child Rape

Source: Reuters

Warren Jeffs looks toward the jury in his trial in St. George, Utah, September 25, 2007.

After weeks of being bombarded with a couple of sound bites of Dr. Rev. Wright, we now see who are the people of the Church that really are not all that patriotic and are commiting heinous crimes against children under the guise of religion.

Texas officials investigating a potential child abuse case said on Saturday 183 children and women had been removed from a ranch that is home to a breakaway Mormon sect linked to jailed polygamist leader Warren Jeffs.
Investigators were looking for a young woman whose complaint sparked the raid in the first place though Palmer said there was a chance that she might be among the scores who had been removed from the compound and had not yet been identified.

Full story here