parents. When you think about it, we have so much to deal
with and think about when it comes to our kids. Our children are exposed to and
have their hands on so much more than when we were growing up.
Imagine my disappointment when I pick up the parent magazines and they have
nothing to do with the people or families in my community.
My decision to create a magazine like Los Angeles Black
Parent Magazine was inspired by something that I
felt was lacking in our community. What about us? We have many issues regarding
our children that should and need to be discussed. As a
parent, I can think of many things right off hand that I
would like to know more about and I am sure you can as well.
The Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine is
a magazine that informs parents of all of the hidden
opportunities in the Los Angeles community, regarding parenting, activities for
children, etc. My main concern is that there is a gap in the community when it
comes to providing parents of the beneficial businesses and educational
opportunities that could help children thrive in their futures, as well as
information that could come in handy for parents,
themselves. The magazine aims to provide adequate resources; resources that may
have been otherwise hard to reach. We utilize Our Facebook Page to assist us in getting out quick valuable info.
There’s advertising space and the cost is much lower to advertise in Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine than other magazine websites who have just as much traffic or even less traffic/views. I decided to make it easy and affordable to advertise. I am shocked to see how much some of the other magazines are charging. We are here to help our community and there are not too many people with small businesses that I know that can just pull out $1,000 or
$2,000 to place an ad in a magazine.
Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine is a magazine dedicated to bringing together the community and valuable
information. There are so many free events in our community that would
significantly benefit our children and they are not being taken advantage of.
At the beginning of the school year there was a back to school health fair
where several parents in the community had children under
the age of 12 who were diagnosed with diabetes. These are things we need to
know. In the Los Angeles Black Parent Magazine you don’t have to be a
celebrity, very well known or a reality TV star in order to be in our
We want to know what’s really going on and who’s in the community and how you may be able to help us build stronger families. The magazine is for parents as well as everyone else. Take a look at the magazine here. Like us on Facebook