Mirrors Of Africa Magazine - December 2014 - January 2015 Issue - 2
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Publisher:MIRRORS OF AFRICA MAGAZINE
Magazine Description: Hello and welcome to our first issue of Mirrors of Africa magazine! The Mirrors of Africa magazine is a new space for African Australians and friends.
We couldn’t be more excited to have made it to this point. When we set out to create a print magazine that would promote and unite African-Australians from coast to coast, one thing we decided on at the very start was to create a magazine in which readers do most of the storytelling and to steer-away the glossy images of the too-perfect or too-gossipy magazines that we tend to see on the newsstand.
What we’re delivering on the pages of Mirrors of Africa is a collection of inspiring – and often instructive – stories written by real, honest and out going people who are driven to make a difference and who look to share their stories of struggle and success.
In our cover story for this first issue we meet Miss Africa Perth who talks about her life in Australia and the opportunities for her to help disadvantaged children.
In another piece, we speak with a bestselling author who has spent six months in Africa each year to write 12 books.
Also in this issue, we celebrate a young lady who has made it as Junior Mayor in Western Australia. We don’t always have the opportunity to become
successful. We don’t all have other African-Australians living close by to keep us company. We didn’t all make it to Australia for the same reasons or with the same plans. One thing I know for sure is we stay connected with what’s happening back home while we look for opportunities here in Australia. We are realistic but we have dreams. We all work hard to be great role models for our youngsters,but we sometimes forget to share our own stories or inspire those who need support.
That’s why I’m honoured to introduce the Mirrors of Africa magazine. It’s all about you and your story. What’s yourstory? I invite you to join me in informing our community and bringing hope to the young ones who are watching us progress.
I’m also proud to share the work of the committed and thoughtful contributors. We’ve received so many stories that we already know what’s coming in the next issue.
Please visit the website to read about the wonderful contributors. Also, feel free to leave comments on their articles to share your thoughts or ask a question.
Please enjoy reading the first issue of the Mirrors of Africa magazine.
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