theroadblockproject is alive and well.
By Lores PS
American Samoa Youth Project: TheRoadblockProject has initiated an attempt to share the experiences of struggle and efforts of those in the Entertainment Industry, that are of Polynesian Descent. An enlightment that we believe will encourage and motivate our Samoan Youth to dream big, work hard , persevere and above all Honor Our Heavenly Father in all that we do. We hope to help build a demand of solid networking and encourage it among those involved with the Project. Our mission is to provide those involved with the entertainment industry a solid support system enabling us all, to give back to our people, as well as share their talents worldwide. We are not a record label, or some bigshot Company. We are firm believers of a vision that begins with you,and us serving our people. A thank you to the American Samoa Government, and BlueSky for airing our Project, also to the Youth of American Samoa, Dream Big and go hard! We support you! Lastly, those involved with the project and who have been a great support thank you for your patience, and your hardwork.It is an honor and privledge to work for our people, I pray that his blessings be upon you all!
" O le ala ile pule ole, Tautua "
(the path to leadership is through service)
Every week we will post a new video from Road Block Project in here.
lores the editor in chief for oxnard is an expert in social media.
Lores was born and raised in Oxnard, California but feels fortunate to have spent her high school years and college in American Samoa. Blessed with two wonderful parents who's roots are from Fagalii, American Samoa and Sili, Manu'a it has given her the foundation that has her firmly entrenched in Samoan pride and cultural awareness even though she is still young. Raised to be God fearing with a Samoan perspective she has entered the exciting world of Media. As an Entrepreneur and business owner/Creator/founder of a upcoming Road Black Project targeting the Entertainment Industry, Art and Youth she has an exciting format from which new artists of Samoan heritage can be launched world-wide. Her love for the Arts, People, Culture and Life is what keeps her going. Lores says, "I'm a believer of doing what you love makes life fulfilling and acknowledging the Almighty makes that objective possible."
At Le Malae we feel fortunate she brings that attitude with her as we provide news from Oxnard and more youth oriented programs and projects. To see her Road Black project we have it on Le Malae's Autalavou Mo Taeao page.
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road block project videos
These videos were produced for Road Block Project and we will feature a different one every week. If you want to be on the Road Block Project contact Lores, using our contact us page.