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EMMYLOU | 11 June 2020

In this interview, our CEO & Founder @aminata_conteh_biger spoke to @emmylou_loves about her new memoir, Rising Heart and the motivation to start The Aminata Maternal Foundation.

Visit Emmylou’s website to get your joyful Emmylou Issue – the “Isolation Edition” of Emmylou Love Issue 2.

Aminata's interview for Emmy Lou

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