How many forms of love are there? Love is deep and mysterious and Love We World Tour travels all over the world to discover just how the world loves.
Hip Hop has set the world on fire!
Amar Taborn host a special Hip Hop film screening Saturday March 8th 2014, in the Main Ballroom of Bric Media House. 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn New York.
Visual Caffeine by Pedro and Cassandra Solar, showcasing hip hop with a focus on graffiti art and Bboy culture.
The DJ Cool Clyde Show and DJ Cisco, focusing on hip hop’s roots and its positive connection to community.
MultiHop, highlighting international hip hop with a focus on Japan, by SidLocks.
Host of Love We World Tour Amar Taborn
Bric Media House Ballroom, Show starts at 5pm Sharp. Tickets are free
I WON!!! It still has not registered that I am the proud recipient of the #AcademyAward for Best Actress in A Supporting Role. What a magnificent day. Thank you again to the Academy and to all who put their time and good energy into rooting for me. #Oscars #latergram #nofilter @lovegoldlive academyawards (x)
This week we celebrated a few milestones in media. The coveted Academy Awards® for the first time in history being awarded to a slave narrative. Directed by Steve McQueen and Produced by Brad Pitt, 12 Years a Slave. The touching Oscar® WIN going to the breakout Actress Lupita Nyong’o for Best Supporting Actress in the same movie.
Lupita Nyong’o has publicly contributed her success to one of Love We World Tour’s architects, Michael Jackson. A man she says inspired her to use her art of love.
As the star studded festivities was broadcast around the world Love We World Tour awarded it’s first weekly Leader of Love Award to South African Native, Haroun Kola, with a huge fan fare from around the world, on social media network Facebook:
Each week Love We World Tour honors people throughout the WORLD who are using their voice in media to simply make the world a better place, all of L.O.V.E
Congratulations for Haroun Kola, you are the Leader of Love. Stay tuned WE will hear Haroun’s acceptance speech soon!
Love We World Tour will be honoring 50 People from around the world, who are using their presence in media to promote Love. Made possible by Date.com
Starting March 2nd 2014, a Leader of Love Award will be selected weekly. Out of 4,500 global possibilities 50 will be selected for their dynamic presence and positive leadership in 3 forms of media:
Broadcast Media (TV/Radio)
Print Media (Newspaper, Magazine)
A mixture of all cultures, races, religious backgrounds and nationalities are expected to be represented during this year long award selection process.
Recipients of the Leader of Love Award are automatically nominatedfor the Ambassador Award. An annual Award given to one of the worlds best and brightest in delivering the message of peace and love worldwide.
Love We World Tour is a global reality talk show that examines all forms of love, including Friendship, Family, Romance and Agape (Unconditional Love).
Leader of Love Award & The Ambassador Award is made possible by Date.com with additional support from Starline Tours is Hollywood CA
The UN commission’s report finds that crimes against humanity were committed in North Korea over a multi-decade period “pursuant to policies established at the highest level of the State,” and included “extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions and other sexual violence, persecution on political, religious, racial and gender grounds, forcible transfer of persons, enforced disappearance of persons and the inhumane act of knowingly causing prolonged starvation.” The report notes in particular “a systematic and widespread attack against all populations that are considered to pose a threat to the political system and leadership.”
To coincide with the release of the commission’s report, Human Rights Watch released a video, “North Korea: Tales from Camp Survivors,” with interviews of North Koreans who survived years of abuse while incarcerated in political prison camps (kwanliso), including systematic use of beatings, food deprivation and starvation, and public executions, to control those held there. The film includes interviews with former camp guards detailing camp administration and atrocities. Regarding these types of camps, the commission found: “The unspeakable atrocities that are being committed against inmates of the kwanliso political prison camps resemble the horrors of camps that totalitarian states established during the 20th century.”
In the past several weeks, protests against government corruption, poverty, and widespread violent crime have spread across the South American country of Venezuela.
Several protesters, many of them students, were killed in the last few days and scores more have been arrested, according to the United Nations.
The protests are also happening in America in several cites. Facebook has been buzzing with peaceful protest, with those seeking to lend their support photographing themselves with messages of love and support.
As these developments unfold stay tuned to Love We World Tour for more….