TVC E. According to reports Amnesty International gave its annual Ambassador of Conscience award to U.S. singer-songwriter Alicia Keys on Thursday. This award recognizes her long-term campaigning on criminal justice reform, HIV and AIDS, gun violence and the global refugee crisis.
Amnesty International’s Secretary-General, Salil Shetty said in a statement that Keys was chosen because she has
“inspired and campaigned for change on critical issues throughout her illustrious career.’’
Reacting, Keys said the award was “one of the most proud moments of my life.’’She said she was “driven to recognise the injustice in the world and recognise the unfairness the inequality, the things that have to change, the ways that we as everyday people, all of us, have a part to play in that.’’
“It encourages me to continue to speak out against injustice and use my platform to draw attention to the issues that matter to me.”
TVC E. Barely a week after splitting with Qatari billionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana, pop star Janet Jackson seems to be parting ways with the Arabian cultures she picked up.
The 50-year-old first time mother was spotted in London without a hijab. Jackson was seen strolling with her three-months-old son, Eissa Al Mana without a hijab. She was seen pushing the baby in a pram in a London park on Wednesday with a female companion.
The singer got married to Al Mana in year 2012, but was spotted for the first time in full Islamic dress in October 2016.
Janet Jackson With Husband Wissam Al Mana, before seperation wearing full hiijab