About the Magazine
Womanifesto Magazine is a black woman owned, BIPOC focused, creative arts magazine. We are committed to sharing resources, narratives, and the creativity found within marginalized communities.
Founded in 2020, there have been four publications highlighting 60+ creatives around the world stretching from Chicago, to Sweden, to South Africa. These creatives works have reached thousands of viewers between the online views and issues sold in places such as the Chicago Cultural Center and indie bookshops around the country.
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What Is A Womanifesto?
Similarly to the way we as people grow, a Womanifesto is constantly evolving with the times. In short, it is a declaration made by someone who believes in liberty for all and particularly black women.
In the spirit of evolution, we seek to redefine Womanifesto in every issue of the magazine. Read the lastest definition below:
A Womanifesto is a call to action of agape love that is rooted in action and supported by community. It is acting on love, the verb, for ourselves and others with grace and compassion. It is a declaration that we want liberation for black women and all other people. Because until black women are free, noone is free.
It is not knowing what freedom looks like but pursuing it tirelessly regardless while not forgetting to smell the purple flowers. A Womanifesto is flawed and raw but is constantly seeking to better itself for the sake of the world. And as we all seek to evolve our Womanifestos, we will evolve the world.