"LIVE A LITTLE. WRITE A LITTLE."
Her Imperial Highness
Nidan La Tasha Aminah Decé Parham
came into being near the Great River, Biloxi. Aminah's ancestry is the autochthon Creek and Chickasaw Peoples, Americas and the Solomonic House of Shewa, Athiopia.
Heir - Apparent to the Royal Warrior Nation of Comba - Tai, Aminah was trained at the World Combat Academy, Institute of Martial Science, and earned degrees in Fine Arts and Art History at The University of Texas,
Aminah discredits the philosophy of white supremacy through a variety of media and performance. Under the pseudonym P16, she began her artistic journey as a slam poet in Killeen, Texas.
After debuting her album, P is 16, and placing 2nd with the Killeen Poetry Slam Team at N.P.S, 2007, Aminah has featured her poetry at several universities in San Antonio, Luminaria Festival, South by Southwest, The Daniel Pearl Music Festival, The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, High Wire Art Gallery, The McNay Art Museum and Blue Star Gallery.
Contributing as a researcher and curator for The Struggle for Civil Rights in Texas exhibit at the Institute of Texan Culture initiated the creation of
Pro Grés Studios and The Social Soulstice.
Aminah currently teaches The Arts at Kirby Middle School where it is her goal to build capable young people by blending their academic, social, emotional, and self control traits and assist them in mastering the developmental tasks necessary to enjoy a satisfying and productive life.
My Pen - Aminah Decé
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