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Sucide?? NO! October 13, 2004 Lynching of Bernard Burden. Learn More!! Working Together For Progress

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Dalani Aamon speaking at the Blacks in Media Forum.
Howard University -- October 14, 2005

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Toi is an Afri-centered, reality based woman who is tirelessly dedicated to the uplifting and advancement of her people and the youth community. This outspoken former Miss Houston of the Miss America Association, has been an activist for the cause of African people from environmental issues to education.

Toi has been the featured guest of many radio talk shows, including the Gloria Allred show and the Michael Jackson show. She has been the feature subject of countless newspaper articles. She has shared the stage as a speaker and panelist with such notables as actor/activist Edward James Olmos and Congressman Joe Baca. She has served as the Community Coordinator of the NAACP of the Inland Empire/San Bernardino, California, where she conducted workshops and seminars on appreciation of cultural diversity rooted in Afri-centered truth.

“Perhaps Toi’s best quality is her ability to communicate with diverse groups and bring them to an increased understanding of each other’s positions and concerns. She is willing to stand up for she believes in and encourages others to join her’. California State Assembly Assemblyman Bill Leonard

As a children’s rights advocate for minority children in the public school system of the Inland Empire, Toi founded P.E.O.P.L.E. for Children (Parents, Educators and Organizations Protecting the Learning Environment for Children), a coalition organization housing the membership of 7 minority organizations, including The NAACP, MAPA (the Mexican American Political Association), AIM (the American Indian Movement), and the Nation of Islam.

Our children suffer at the hands of a racist public school system that targets minority children for mistreatment and miseducation. Why wouldn’t we coalesce to fight these injustices? There will always be greater strength found in numbers.

Toi, School Board Candidate for Fontana, CA, is a dynamic public and motivational speaker. She is the author of ‘Green Frog, Brown Frog’, a children’s tale that promotes diversity appreciation designed for elementary school aged children. She was a contributing writing and consultant for an episode of the animated series Rapman and Homeboy and the Hip Hop Posse, addressing the issue of teen-pregnancy.

“I think ‘Green Frog, Brown Frog’ is genius. If children can understand, embrace and appreciate our being different, they will reject racist ideology as adults.” R.Ray Barnes Author and producer of the ‘African Peoples Pledge’

Please check out her show every Wednesday night at 8:00 PM on The Harambee Radio Network.

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