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About indigoLife Magazine

indigoLife Magazine is a quarterly publication that showcases progress among African Americans across Middle and South Georgia. What is unique about of our magazine is that in each Issue, we feature business and personality treasures that highlight the splendor of the Black community  with stories that are often disregarded in exchange for negative publicity on the socioeconomic challenges facing  particular communities in this region of the South . indigoLife Magazine also provides its readers useful information found in our other stories and columns that address issues surrounding education, social reform, health and wellness, fashion, entertainment, business, and a whole lot more.

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  • Happy Friday, indigoLifers! In our season of plenty, let's remember to stretch out our hands to the poor and to the needy. This is part of our contribution to improving the human condition.

  • On Feature HBCU Friday, we feature Fort Valley State Univ in Fort Valley, GA, named in 1949 by GA Legislature as a "Land Grant Inst. for Negroes."

  • For the first time, this daughter of a Georgia Peach will grace the stage in her mother’s home town of Cordele, Georgia. May Reign, as she is called, is an iconic poetic thriller—a spoken word artist, whose performance style is mesmeric, filled with engrossing true-to-life vignettes that hold fast the attention of her audience ‘til every word is done. An international performer, May Reign is author of three books, President/CEO of The Moonflower Company, LLC, and founder and host of #inkTherapy, formerly a South Florida based open mic platform where spoken word artists and poetry lovers gathered monthly for sold-out showcasing of word artistry. May Reign is currently transitioning Ink Therapy into her own publishing company. Featured as our Day 2 Lunch Entertainment, it’s “May Reign unplugged.”

  • indigoLife Woman, for reasons including technology, competition, and the demographic remapping of America, the traditional church is said to be dying, or at least in major transition, with a trending decline in the number of people actually attending church services. If the people are outside the church, what strategies can be employed by the faith-based community to meet the people where they are? Join Day 2 Facilitator, Deryl Hunt, II, attorney and scholar for his session, “Taking the Message to the Street: A Church Without Walls,” a robust discussion on how to affect the home, the community, and the marketplace with a timeless, unrestrained, and unbiased transforming message of hope that is not restricted to physical nor institutional walls. #indigolifewece2017 indigolifeonline.com/purchase

  • It's Tip Tuesday, and here are some tips for college students to save money during college. http://ow.ly/ZfyE309KOra

  • #FlashbackFriday to when we featured 1st African American female Mayors in SW GA cities: Annette Morman, Dorothy Hubbard, & Juanita Kinchen.

  • #FlashbackFriday to when we featured 1st African American female Mayors in SW GA cities: Annette Morman, Dorothy Hubbard, & Juanita Kinchen.

  • It's Selfie Sunday. Be sure to take a Selfie and tag us. Let us know what your Sunday looks like!

  • On this Style Saturday, look out for designer, Rita B in indigoLife Mag Vol 4, No 2 for fashion tips on haute couture for Spring 2017.

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