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Salma Slims Just imagine, someone tells you that you can perform at a show and you ask the DJ, If I end up not being able to perform, can you just play my record, anyway? And hes like, Well, we got blah-blah and they squad about to come perform so you need to like fall back. So, it always felt like I was finessing my way through everything. And I was just waiting for the point where I wouldnt have to finesseand its hard. A photo posted by SALMA SLIMS (@salmaslims) on Oct 8, 2016 at 1:37pm PDT Where youre in your own space? Because I know you said you were by yourself for awhile and you were your own manager. Right! People are paying attention and theyre respecting me now because I have dudes behind me. And Im not saying it takes for everyone to be in a squad to get respect. got a different story but, it did take for me being signed to Private Club Records in order for people to actually respect me. So, now I just got to keep going and not fail the people and work hard and get noticed. Yeah, thats really cool. I guess to refer back to what you brought up about being Islamic and African, you talked a lot about how your parents werent that accepting of you transitioning into the music industry.

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Ryan said “I think we should put people’s minds at ease” on mass deportation because the top priority is really border security. The comments Trump made about his plan to deport millions drew immediate response from political figures in Chicago. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Sunday that Chicago is a sanctuary city for immigrants. Emanuel said the city’s 311 operators have been instructed to assist people with concerns regarding their status in Chicago or the U.S. “Since the Presidential Election, there has been a sense of uncertainty among many immigrant communities in Chicago and across the nation. want to assure all of our families that Chicago is and will remain a Sanctuary City,” said Mayor Emanuel. “Chicago has been a city of immigrants since it was founded. We have always welcomed people of all faiths and backgrounds, and while the administration will change, our values and our commitment to inclusion will not.” Since the election, Alderman Ricardo Munoz of the 22nd Ward has been trying to calm concerns piercing his community. “When he goes on national TV and says he wants to deport millions of people, that’s scares everybody,” Munoz said. “You see it in their eyes, these seven, eight, 10-year-olds who are scared to go to school because they don’t know if their dad is going to be home when they get home from school because they might get deported.” Trump campaigned on a vow to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it.

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