Hey guys! So 6 WHOLE months ago I was asked to be featured in an article for the relaunch of Sesi Magazine , a quarterly magazine created by Andrea Butler and based out of Washington, D.C. that caters to adolescent African American young women (and anyone who knows me knows how much compassion I have for the wellbeing of teenagers, especially teenage girls). In their own words, here’s what Sesi Magazine is all about:
Sesi is dedicated to providing Black teen girls ages 13 to 19 with not only a magazine, but a community that celebrates who they are and where they come from.
Sesi, which means “sister” in the Sotho language of South Africa, is the fresh, new teen magazine edited for YOU, today’s eclectic Black teenage girl. It is dedicated to providing you with a community that focuses on celebrating you and your culture by covering beauty, fashion, relationships, health, education, careers, entertainment, social issues, and more.
At Sesi, we know you are searching for a magazine that dedicates itself to aspects of Black culture such as music, movies, celebrities, hair care, beauty and fashion. We also recognize that you are also concerned about social issues, future education and careers, culture, health and relationships, and we cover the entire gamut.
Being passionate about the adolescent population and having two teenage sisters who are the ideal target audience for a magazine like Sesi, I was definitely drawn to the magazine and the brand and was super excited to have the opportunity to be featured in their Winter 2012 quarterly issue! And I can’t believe I forgot to share it with you guys! Thanks so much to Andrea for sending me a copy of the feature and allowing me to share it with you all on the blog today 🙂
If you’re interested in learning more about Sesi Magazine, head over to their website and subscribe to the magazine! It’s only $8.00 for a one year subscription to the quarterly magazine. Definitely worth missing 2 cups of Starbucks coffee! lol
Love and God Bless,