Sadé magazine is an independent quarterly print publication. Filled with empowering and inspiring content for Black Girls 7+. Each issue is packed with lots of fun activities and so much more. The magazine is a resource that can be read again and again with a variety of topics covered. Some topics will be difficult but it will always be presented in a way that is kid friendly.
Why it's on The Cornrow?
Because we would have loved to have a magazine like this when we were growing up! We remember feeling so overlooked by the magazine industry and cant believe the concept of a magazine catering to young black women is still so novel.
Sade is a real girl and helps create and curate every issue. When we spoke to her team we were so impressed with their mission. These magazines try to instil the right values in young ladies, educate them on Black History and Current affairs and teach them how to succeed. We want to show our young black girls that they too can be anything they put their mind to too and Sadé helps us do that.
Sadé is also The Cornrow's resident Children's Books Curator so look out for her picks and reviews in the Honey Chile edit.