: تماس با ما
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تلفن های رادیو پویا
برنامه ای از جمیله داودی
برنامه شماره 19
شمار شنوندگان این برنامه
جمیله داودی یکی از فعالان حقوق زنان و مسؤل گروه `زنان` در شمال کالیفرنیا است. او از سال ۱۹۹۲ با بنیاد پژوهش های زنان ایران همکاری داشته و از برگزارکنندگان دو کنفرانس بنیاد در سالهای ۲۰۰۰ و ۲۰۰۸ در دانشگاه برکلی در کالیفرنیا بوده است. گزارشها و مقالات جمیله در ماهنامه پژواک منتشر میشود. او دارای لیسانس و فوق لیسانس مهندسی برق از دانشگاه سانتاکلارا در شمال کالیفرنیا میباشد و در یکی از شرکتهای الکترونیکی مشغول بکار است
آرشیو برنامه زنان نیمه برابر
A Benefit Concert for a Victim of an Acid Attack
Classical Persian Music & Dance Performance
Vocal: Taghi Amjadi
Setar: Amir Nojan
Dancers: Niosha Dance Academy
MC: Jamileh Davoodi
Tickets: $75 (including appetizers)
for more information please call 510 552 1768
Your Help Can Change Azam’s Life
Azam Mazaheri is a sweet, young, super positive woman who seems to have gained the experiences of many lifetimes in just the past thirteen years. She was a beautiful young lady at the age of 22 when she became the victim of a vicious Acid Attack.
She remembers the shadow of two hands at the night before her brother's wedding when at the sound of the doorbell she goes to open it. And her life was turned upside down from that moment on.
After 13 years of tumultuous life on all levels, physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, psychologically and spiritually and has undergone 30 surgeries in her homeland she is now in the United States to seek further medical treatment, mainly to improve her breathing. Azam's nose is too short and the nostrils are not wide enough for her to have adequate oxygen intake.
Dr Ferederick J. Menick, M.D. a world-renowned plastic surgeon who lives and practices in Tucson, Arizona was introduced to her by the native surgeons who felt they have done all they can for her.
Dr Menick is a conscientious human being and is considered one of the top surgeons in nasal reconstruction in the world.
Dr Menick is quite confident that he can improve her nose both for much better breathing and also her face and skin.
To accomplish this goal,Dr Menick has outlined 6 surgical procedures in about 6 months period.
The medical costs of these procedures have been estimated to be around $70,000. The first surgery can begin anytime pending securing enough fund to complete all six steps.
Azam's family has exhausted their humble resources for many of her past surgeries. She has brought a small portion of these costs saved from her hard work in the past 10 years. But she needs much more assistance to get through this chapter of her life. Azam Mazaheri is currently living in Sedona, Arizona.
Your loving care and generosity can change Azam's life tremendously. She is a young subject to the most violent form of aggression against her youth, healthand beauty, her whole life. However, she does not focus her attention on that subject at all. She has gone through years of healing and self-improvement and has blossomed as a loving, grateful and understanding human being, full of life, and a big heart to give back.
Your urgent financial help is much needed and appreciated.
Please use this link to help:
All contributions to IAW Foundation forMs Azam Mazaheri is tax deductible and will be used for her surgical needs.
About the Performers
Amir Nojan is a Setar player based in California for the past six years. Born in Shiraz, Iran, he studied with several modern masters of traditional Persian music including Dariush Tala’i, Mohammad Reza Lotfi, and Jalal Zolfanoun. He has performed many concerts in Iran, Europe, and America as a composer, soloist, improviser, and ensemble player. Amir Nojan has collaborated with renowned musicians such as Alim Qasimov and Shahram Nazeri at Stanford University. Amir founded the first professional academy for teaching Persian music and arts named “Shiraz Arts Academy” in Northern California (San Jose).
Taghi Amjadi grew up in Iran, where he studied with master musician Esmail Mehrtaash, and continued his studies in the Bay Area with Mahmoud Zofonoun and visiting artists Mohammad R. Lotfi and Mohammad R. Shajarian, who helped him broaden his understanding of the ancient art of classical Persian singing. Amjadi has been performing and teaching classical Persian singing in the Bay Area since 1979. As part of his contribution to the community, Taghi has performed in many benefit concerts since early 1980’s to support homelessness in the Bay Area, Iranian Refugees in Turkey, and disadvantaged children of Iran. He believes: “Music is a common language for a harmonized world.” Amjadi currently is involved in various classical Persian singing projects and works as a psychotherapist at San Francisco State University.
Niosha Dance Academy (NDA) was founded in 1991 by Niosha Nafei, to teach traditional and modern Persian/Iranian Dance to groups of students as well as individual instruction. Our aim is to create a platform for aspiring talent, young and the young at heart to receive structured dance training in various styles of traditional and modern Persian dance as well as belly dancing.
Since 1991 Niosha Dance Academy has been dedicated to providing a fun, and healthy learning environment for performing arts, dance, and choreography. Our aim is to make each student achieve their goal and be the best dancer they can be.
Niosha Dance Academy performs throughout the US at cultural arts festivals, local community events, as well as producing their own annual performance in the San Francisco Bay Area, and strives to maintain and enhance the awareness of Persian dance and culture.