Kamal Imani is a Special Education Teacher for At Risk and Emotionally Disturbed urban and suburban youth. He is also a basketball coach, motivational speaker, Author, Actor, Spoken Word Performance Poet, Intelligent Rapper, marketing consultant, Entrepreneur and loves being a father and husband for over 25 years. Kamal has produced a film called & Up in the Attic which is a coming of age story. You can find the movie on YouTube and the old school hip hop soundtrack on Itunes and other online music stores.
His new book I Wasn't Supposed to Be Here provides wisdom and lessons on how he made it through diversity to a level of prosperity where he can reach back and help others.
This Real-ationship guide is small in quantity but of the utmost necessity when it comes to quality…that is quality of life. The author and his wife have been married for over 22 years and have navigated through the various twist and turns of life’s unpredictable waters. It is the author’s intent to give you a memo that you can refer to and can serve as a conversation piece for you,
Created by America's favorite Teacher "Mr. O", who knows how to make stagnant situations flow. He's been teaching for about ten years and his students said his time to write a book for them is here. This book is written for every girl and boy. We hope it will assist you and we hope that you enjoy!
In this small, but very significant book, you and your partner will find a conversation piece. You will uncover realistic topics of discussion that is of supreme value to people who are committed to the commitment!
The major theme is about the 3 big items in relationships and that is communication, money and sex.
Born in Harlem New York and raised partially in the Bronx New York by a struggling single mother, Kamal was almost naturally entangled in a world where it seemed that everything was against him. His world was a dangerous one. Even when his grandmother tried to save him and his family by bringing them out to Teaneck New Jersey, it wasn't enough, He shows how to succeed if you didn't get the memo.