Hello, I am Cherie Chillin Kabba, Innovative Extraordinaire for The Soultown Magazine.
For my birthday this year, it would mean the world to me if you could help me help those who cannot help themselves by gifting them a quarterly subscription to The Soultown Magazine.
Have you been searching for a way to give back? Support A Soul Today by purchasing a discounted quarterly subscription to The Soultown Magazine for a loved one who is incarcerated. $17 covers a quarterly subscription to The Soultown Magazine. Your loved one will receive The Soultown Magazine in the mail for the current month and two consecutive months. Your loved one will be a part of our community and feel the SOUL where OUR STORIES IMPLORE POSITIVE PROGRESS IN OUR COMMUNITIES.
THE SOULTOWN MAGAZINE is a print and digital magazine from a virtual city that focuses on community. Our stories implore positive progress in various Brown & Black communities. I am working diligently to send current magazine subscriptions to our incarcerated loved ones. I believe reading the unsung stories of everyday people who strive to be functional members of society offers hope and motivation.
The discounted cost covers the printing and postage. Inmates across the country will benefit from reading positive news and feel a sense of belonging to the virtual Soultown city.
People make mistakes every day. Inmates are looking for positive ways to turn their behaviors around and, once released, pour positive efforts back into their communities. The Soultown Magazine shares positive stories that implore positive progress in our communities.
For my birthday this year, it would mean the world to me if you could help me help those who cannot help themselves by gifting them a quarterly subscription to The Soultown Magazine. I made a promise to my ancestors in 2007 while standing in Les Maison des Esclaves (the House of Slaves) on Goree Island, off the coast of Dakar, Senegal, West Africa. I promised them that I would discover a way to tell their stories to their great, great, great, great, great-grandchildren -- to educate them about their triumphs and their struggles.