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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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  • Congrats, Rodesha, HBCU Competiveness Scholar!

  • We're in our 6th year of publication, and we continue to find amazing indigoLife Black Life Treasures.

  • Hooray for the Williams and those they inspire! https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/culture/story/parents-15-year-wimbledon-star-williams-family-paved-64080095

  • Black business owners, their historic achievements, and their economic and societal impact... https://www.blackenterprise.com/black-businesses-film-stanley-nelson/

  • Go, Speed Racer! https://www.cbsnews.com/video/african-american-single-mom-is-first-black-woman-to-own-nascar-team/#x

  • Wayne Pharmaceuticals, Black-owned Pharmaceutical Manufacturer, lands a spot on the shelf of it's first local retailer in small rural community of Cordele, GA: ADAMS DRUG STORE, located at 408 16th Ave E # B, Cordele, GA 31015. Here's another opportunity to support the cause to make Wayne Pharmaceuticals an economic engine for southern rural communities by supporting great products and local retailers of Southwest Georgia..

  • Tony Morrison speaks... https://www.facebook.com/26423400230/posts/10161778419405231/

  • Read about the rising trend of Blacks calling the South home again. https://www.npr.org/2019/05/23/721958483/as-employment-rises-african-american-transplants-ride-jobs-wave-to-the-south?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_term=nprnews

  • Interesting read about who's leading in business start ups... https://blavity.com/black-women-are-starting-businesses-at-a-faster-rate-than-any-other-demographic

  • And the nature of your call Sir/Ma'am? https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/oregon-bill-cracks-down-racially-motivated-911-calls-n1013721

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