Hollywood actress, Kaira Akita (Why Did I Get Married and Family That Preys), is killing it with the launch of her new company, Reality Revolution, an inspiring reality TV movement. Kaira and her new company have partnered with Saving Our Daughters, a national teen empowerment organization backed by celebrities like Keke Palmer, T.I., Janet Jackson and Jill Scott, to launch a 7 day campaign to raise awareness, money and support for reality TV that inspires teens and minorities.  They are hosting a Twitter chat on Friday, December 7 at 7pm Eastern for the public to join in a conversation with Mimi Faust from VH-1’s Love & Hip Hop and Towanda Braxton from We TV’s Braxton Family Values, and others, about reality TV images, womanhood and self-esteem. Make a $25 contribution to the 7-day campaign at www.indiegogo.com/myrealityrevolution by 12/12/12; and join the Twitter chat on Friday, Dec. 7 at 7pm ET at www.tweetchat.com/room/myrealityrevolution.  Plus, follow Kaira Akita at @misskairaakita to see how she’ll be killing it next!