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Flipping the Script on Rejection

This is a portion of an article that originally appeared in Sesi’s Fall 2018 issue. Subscribe here to stay up on our current editions. Rejection can feel like a legit bully, ripping away at your self-esteem. But, what if we told you that the “r” word, isn’t all that bad and can actually be used […]

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#TBT: Choppin’ It Up With China

Time for another #TBT! On the second Thursday of each month, we’ll release a past celeb cover story from our print-only archives. For this round, we’re throwin’ it back to fall 2016 with China Anne McClain.

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#TBT: The Slayage of Chloe x Halle

Time for another #TBT! On the second Thursday of each month, we’ll release a past celeb cover story from our print-only archives. For this second round, we’re throwin’ it back to spring 2016 with Chloe and Halle. By Andréa Butler| Photographed by Mason Poole It’s easy to dream big, but putting in that work, work, […]

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Behind-the-Scenes of Saniyya Sidney’s Sesi Cover Shoot

Saniyya Sidney’s filmography is already fire, she’s had roles in two Oscar-nominated films, and she’s only 13. In our winter 2019 issue, she spills the tea on her love of Beyoncé, her dream character to play, and what it’s like to work with legends, such as Viola Davis and Denzel Washington. Take a look behind-the-scenes […]

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Behind-the-Scenes of Marsai Martin’s Sesi Cover Shoot

Like the ‘fro she rocks in her movie Little, Marsai Martin’s goals are big and unshakeable. In our summer 2019 issue (our 4th-annual Natural Hair Love issue, btw), she talks hair, Hollywood, and having hella goals. Take a look behind-the-scenes of her photo shoot and subscribe now to get your copy! Check out her behind-the-scenes […]

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What is Sesi Magazine, Anyway?

“Sesi” means “sister” in Sotho, a Bantu language mainly spoken in Southern Africa. We rep Black teen girls to the fullest — filling that void in mainstream media, in which Black girls and their voices are virtually invisible.

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