AKADi Magazine

The AKADi Magazine is the multi-media magazine arm of MisBeee Writes – the culture website featuring articles about people of African descent on African soil and in the Diaspora.

This publication aims to shine a light on the transformative actions and inspiring experiences of ordinary individuals doing extraordinary things. The content is designed to illuminate, inform, and inspire.

DOWNLOAD THE FIRST ISSUE OF THE AKADi MAGAZINE HERE

The publication is quarterly and covers topics including business, health and well-being, art, literature, history that are anchored around issues of social significance. We shares stories from individuals who are challenging, shaping and disrupting stereotypes about Africa and Africans through their personal stories.

AKADi explores language endangerment and its impact on Ghanaian diaspora communities; featured entrepreneur stories in tech and business, and examined various aspects of mental health and the challenges of diagnosis and treatment.

To subscribe, scroll to the bottom of the page and hit the ‘Follow MisBeee Writes’ button on the right handside.

To mark the launch of AKADi this August, we have teamed up with Zimbabwean-born designer @dashikibaba. He has kindly agreed to give away one Chamba Goto t-shirt worth £25 to a new subscriber. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is:

1. Subscribe to MisBeee Writes
2. Email your screenshot to abena30@hotmail.com
3. Pick your a free gift

If you are from Ghana, Kenya, or Zimbabwe, represent your country with your very own t-shirt. You could also opt for the barcode design or his depiction of the Mubvumo tree, which is found in parts of southern Africa.

Chamba Goto Ghana t-shirt @dashikibaba
Chamba Goto Kenya flag
Chamba Goto Barcode
Chamba Goto Zimbabwe flag
Chamba Goto Mubvumo tree

 

4 thoughts on “AKADi Magazine

  1. It is refreshing to always meet original posts discussing issues of relevance to modern-day African being and thinking. The presentation here reveals aspects and examines nuances not covered elsewhere with the same impact. Surely, the site has earned its place in Africana on the net. And for that, congratulations to MisBee!

  2. Ayekoo – congratulations Abena Sɛwaa! Thank you for highlighting our stories 🙌🏾💕 I’m excited to share the new magazine in my networks. Wishing you continued success!

    1. Thanks so much Kai for a brilliant post and I am glad that this amazing cover and mag cleared away those blue. You are a fantastic source of inspiration to me and so many others! The popping front cover is all down to the vision of Elisia who is a brilliant designer. Looking forward to yours! All my best MisBeee!

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