Nicole Moudaber Announces New Charity To Prevent Female Genital Mutilation
The Techno queen Nicole Moudaber is using her fame and status to raise awareness about an issue very important to her. She recently launched a charity named ELEVEN, with the goal to raise awareness of female genital mutilation, while also raising money to support survivors and help prevent it from happening to others. She has set up the charity alongside psychotherapist and human rights activist Leyla Hussein and Magool.
Female genital mutilation is a human rights violation and is illegal in most of the countries where it happens but there are still over 200 million people walking around the globe today who are victims of this grotesque act. Thankfully, a handful of notable members of the dance music scene have extended their support to Moudaber’s cause such as Carl Craig, Luciano and Martin Buttrich. You can find out more about ELEVEN from their GoFundMe page, where you can also donate money or buy a bracelet that Moudaber is selling to raise funds for victims.
Check out the official video below.
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EDM.com is proud to premiere the video, in which Slushii’s score is synced to an animation consisting of artwork from the comic book by its writer and illustrator, Kōhei Horikoshi. The music stands out as a departure from Slushii’s effervescent stlye of EDM – demonstrating not only his versatility as a producer, but also his appreciation for the cultural tropes surrounding the manga art form.
VIZ has also published a video in which Slushii talks about how he ended up scoring the animatic. In addition to talking about his own longtime interest in anime and manga, he explains how his creative process intersects with that of the series.
My Hero Academia has been serialized by Japanese comic book anthology Shonen Jump since 2014. The following year, VIZ published an English language version of the first volume.
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My Hero Academia, Vol. 16 is out today in English via VIZ Media. For a free preview, visit the VIZ website.
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By Real EDM — 4 months ago
Founded by Robin Finger, Discover Earth is considered to be one of the most influential instagram accounts, I recently spoke with him about his journey of growing an account to 2.5 million followers, and also ways in which you can grow your social media following.
EDM.com: Growing an account to 2.5m followers is extremely impressive. How did you first get started in social media?
Robin: A fashion blogger called Kristina Bazan was in the same college as me and had 30k followers on Instagram. I thought to myself: a random student created a big thing all by herself with a Smartphone, why not me?
So I ended up creating a page about what I love: Travelling and Photography. I also have to mention that my grandfather and brother were my biggest inspirations for traveling as they were both travel photographers and always showed me great pictures from around the world.
Discover Earth is one of the most prominent travel accounts on Instagram. Describe the journey of 0 to 2.5 million.
The niche of Travelling and Photography wasn’t developed back in 2013, indeed there were no quality pictures there. The fact that my account went viral (I was getting 10k followers a day organically) is that I was posting unique content that weren’t from Instagram but from 500px.
Indeed, 500px was my source of inspiration for Photography. Whenever I went to a location, I looked at 500px to see how other photographers took the picture of the spot. But it’s all changed. Instagram hosts all the best photography on the platform because photographers enjoy sharing their content more this community than any other platforms.
I have amazing relations with photographers – as they prefer my content than others. They support my account back whenever I repost their content.
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Be unique with your content, don’t just copy/paste what your competitors do.
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Post a lot of Stories using Locations and hashtags. Many people check the locations and hashtags and if they like your content, they will follow you back.
How much time do you spend on your insta account per day?
1 to 2 hours a day. I really try to reply to all my community’s comments, I want to have a better connection with them than my competitors do with theirs.
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We’ll shoot more exclusive adventures around the world with unique content, you can check out our IG TV or on Youtube.
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