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NFP-102.10

(Rev. Jan. 1995)

File No.N 5957-805-7

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION

Article I.The name of this corporation is: EL-AMIN LIFE PRODUCTIONS

Article II.The name and address of the initial registered agent and office:

Registered Agent: MUNTHERU SAADIQ MUJAAHID SHAH

Registered Office: 1882 W. Palm Rd. Apt 398 Mount Prospect, Illinois 60056-4447 Cook County

Article III. The first Board of Directors shall be3in number, their names and residential addresses being

as follows:

Director's Names/Number/Street/City/State

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Muntheru S.M. Shah 1501 E. Central Rd. Apt 318 Arlington Heights, IL 60005

Nettie E. Johnson 2208 Emerson P.O. Box Evanston, IL. 60201

John Fullman 5201 North Kenmore Chicago,IL. 60640

Mark Stampley 500 West Cermack Suite 300 Box 16 Chicago,IL. 60616

Article IV.The purposes for which this corporation is organized are:

A. Establish a CULTURAL AWARENESS INSTITUTE and Cultural Awareness Centers

B. Encourage, promote, support, and develop Performing Arts; such as music, theater, dance, and graphic art.

C. Produce programs, events, seminars, and activities designed to help uplift the economically disadvantaged.

(1) Exclusively Educational and Charitable; according to the meaning of Section 501 (c) 3 of the

Department of Internal Revenue Code and General Not For Profit Corporation Act of The State of Illinois

(2) This organization will attempt to solicit funds to finance it's operations from Corporate, Private, and

Government donors:

a. Grants

b. Sponsors

c. Fund Raising Projects

d. Contributions

(3) Inurement of Income;

No part of the earnings of this corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributed to its

members trustees, officers, or other private persons except that the corporation shall be authorized and

empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered.

(4) Legislative or Political Activities;

No substantial part of the activities of this corporation shall be to carry on the propaganda or

otherwise attempt to influence legislation, and this corporation shall not participate in or intervene in

(including the publishing or distribution of statements) for any political campaign on behalf of

any candidate for public office.

D. Is this corporation a Condominium Association as established under the Condominium

Property Act?

___ Yes_X_ No(Check one)

E. Is this corporation a Cooperative Housing Corporation as defined in Section 216 of the

Internal Revenue Code of 1954?

___ Yes_X_ No(Check one)

F. Is this a Homeowner's Association which administers a common-interest community as

defined in subsection (c) of Section 9-102 of the Code of Civil Procedure?

___ Yes_X_ No(Check one)

Article V.In the event of a dissolution of this corporation:

A. Personal Property;

1. Property designated personal must be returned to its ownerupon request or restitution made in its place.

2. Assets made available to this corporation by the Founding directors shall be recovered upon written

demand.

3. Capital belonging to any of the founding directors used to establish this corporation shall be considered

a loan and shall be repaid as soon as this corporation has the capacity.

4. The work that a founding director offers towards the establishment of this corporation is strictly

voluntary, and this corporation shall not be held liable for labor, time, or energy required in the

accomplishment of that objective except that the director is contracted to provide a needed service.

B. Real Estate Owned by this Corporation;

1. Should be liquidated by the most reasonable and expedient means be it sale or auction, and the proceeds

deposited in the corporation's bank account.

2. In the event that sale or auction is not feasible this corporation may donate its Real Estate holdings to

another organization sharing a similar purpose.

C. Property Owned by this Corporation;

could be either sold /auctioned and upon liquidationthe proceeds also deposited in the corporate bank account, or

the property, equipment, supplies and material could be donated to another worthy Not For Profit Organization.

D. Capital, Cash, and Securities;

owned by this corporation remaining in the corporate bank account(s) after the payment of all debts, wages, and

expenses shall be distributed to a charitable organization agreed upon by the acting Board of Directors.

Article VI.NAMES & ADDRESSES OF INCORPORATORS

NFP-102.10ATTACHMENT

(Rev. Jan. 1995)

Article VII.The purposes for which this corporation is organized are:

A. Establish a CULTURAL AWARENESS INSTITUTE and Cultural Awareness Centers

B. Encourage, promote, support, and develop Performing Arts; such as music, theater, dance,

and graphic art.

C. Produce programs, events, seminars, and activities designed to help uplift the economically

disadvantaged.

(1)Exclusively Educational and Charitable; according to the meaning of Section 501 (c) 3

of the Department of Internal Revenue Code and General Not For Profit Corporation

Act of The State of Illinois.

(2)This organization will attempt to solicit funds to finance it's operations from Corporate,

Private, and Government donors:

a. Grants

b. Sponsors

c. Fund Raising Projects

d. Contributions

(3) Inurement of Income;

No part of the earnings of this corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributed

to its members trustees, officers, or other private persons except that the corporation

shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services

rendered.

(4) Legislative or Political Activities;

No substantial part of the activities of this corporation shall be to carry on the

propaganda or otherwise attempt to influence legislation, and this corporation shall not

participate in or intervene in (including the publishing or distribution of statements) for

any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office.

Article VIII.In the event of a dissolution of this corporation:

A. Personal Property;

1.Property designated personal must be returned to its ownerupon request or restitution made in its place.

2.Assets made available to this corporation by the Founding directors shall be recoveredupon written demand.

3.Capital belonging to any of the founding directors used to establish this corporation

shall be considered a loan and shall be repaid as soon as this corporation has the

capacity.

4.The work that a founding director offers towards the establishment of this corporation

is strictly voluntary, and this corporation shall not be held liable for labor, time, or

energy required in the accomplishment of that objective except that the director is

contracted to provide a needed service.

B. Real Estate Owned by this Corporation;

1.Should be liquidated by the most reasonable and expedient means be it sale or auction, and the proceeds deposited in the corporation's bank account.

2.In the event that sale or auction is not feasible this corporation may donate its Real

Estate holdings to another organization sharing a similar purpose.

C. Property Owned by this Corporation;

could be either sold /auctioned and upon liquidationthe proceeds also deposited in the

corporate bank account, or the property, equipment, supplies and material could be

donated to another worthy Not For Profit Organization.

D. Capital, Cash, and Securities;

owned by this corporation remaining in the corporate bank account(s) after the payment

of all debts, wages, and expenses shall be distributed to a charitable organization agreed

upon by the acting Board of Directors.