Sista’s Keeper is a new magazine for African-American teenage girls age 12-19. The primary message is to promote sisterhood and fellowship between young black women through the concept “I AM my sista’s keeper”. Also, Sista’s Keeper strives to encourage self-esteem & inspire them to follow their dreams!
The September 2012 Premiere Issue has been published and is now available online.
Click HERE to read.
she kinda looks like that Disney heroin , the one with the frog prince.
Sista’s keepa ? that sounds ghetto as hell.
This is a good magazine aimed at the right demographic.
I like the concept of the magazine. very positive
What’s so ghetto sounding about the name “Sista’s Keeper”???
Looks good, this is the age range that girls needed to be guided. I really hope this does well, next we need one for boys
Maybe Sister’s keeper would have been better.Sista=bad spelling.
I hope they will not come up with a Bruda’s keepers ” Do the right thang” .
I like the title to me there’s nothing ghetto about it, not everything black people say is ghetto
The concept is good and the name is fab, nothing wrong with it at all, besides it not so much the name its the message!
Great idea…wishing them nothing but success!!! The name is cool….i see it as trying to relate to the audience they are targeting. Not ghetto at all!!
Thank you so much for posting this!!!!! I’m the creator of the magazine & I’m happy that you saw it & liked it. Thank you all for your positive feedback & comments 🙂
@lechatnoir As far as the name goes, it’s “Sista’s KeepER” & I thought that using the “A” in sista helped specify the target demographic (black teen girls). It’s not “ghetto” to me or any of my supporters & maybe you should read the concept again. Making comments like that are not bringing us together as black women (I’m assuming that you are black…correct me if I’m wrong)