Support the Only Teen Magazine for Black Girls on Newsstands
An independently owned, Black-owned publication mainly funded by the community:
Sesi covers the Black girl’s mainstream — but it can’t exist without you.
Our team of writers, photographers, and designers work together to tell stories about Black girls experiencing joy, overcoming struggles, and just living their lives. We introduce readers to dream careers, help them love the skin (and hair) they’re in, and provide a safe place for them to express their own words — many submit their poetry and short stories to us for publication consideration, and we’re honored to be one of the first places their work is shared with the world.
As an independent, Black-owned media company with no corporate backers, investors, and extremely limited advertising (ranging from zero to four ads in an issue), we rely on our community to help keep our mission of filling that void in the mainstream magazine marketplace alive.
If you’re down with our mission and value what Sesi has done for you (or your teen), please take a minute to give what you can. Your donation will ensure our team can continue to produce and distribute the stories no one else tells, as Sesi is the only teen magazine for Black girls on the newsstands.