This is a black, woman, AND LGBTQ+ owned magazine. Based in Richmond, VA, this magazine is put together with the work from creators all over the U.S. that the owner found on social media. The release schedule is seasonal so if you want to submit content, you have months in between drops to get your content together. There's also an annual rap cypher for all you battle rappers and freestylers. Contact her on her instagram (www.instagram.com/blackmagazinerva).
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HUE World Wide is a magazine put together by multiple young entrepreneurs working together to cover content and events throughout the US. This magazine interviews upcoming business owners, models, musicians and many more. HUE World Wide is a wonderful way to stay up to date with the incoming generation of big celebrities.
A magazine about, by, and for those suffering for mental health issues. Alexsia created this magazine as an outlet for her anxiety, depression, and struggles with self-love. She sees this magazine as a helping hand to those currently suffering from these same issues.
A streaming network for black content creators turned into an online magazine/blog site. This site is for reviews, updates, and other content about videos and media that can't be expressed in video. Where those without headphones can still receive their news and content. Keep an eye on this site because of the writing but also because of the next big film maker that will get their start on CEP TV.