October 22, 2000
|Tchiya Amet talks with Ireggae.com
about her debut album 'Rise Again Truth', released by Milky Way
Productions earlier this year. During this interview, Tchiya
discusses how the birth of her children led to the discovery of her multicultural native
background. She also reasons about the efforts to transform her natural food store
into a cooperative and of her decision to shun 'western' traditions with respect to her
children in favor of home schooling. Tchiya also speaks to the
impact that the spirit of rastafari has had on her life and of the need for mankind to
return to a more natural way of living for the sake of humanity.
image to hear interview.