11 Mar V4CE’s Social Investment Issue Out Now in the KOL Social Magazine
The second issue of Voice4Change England’s charity publication for Britain’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) voluntary and community sectors is out now, sitting within the KOL Social magazine.
Voice4Change England (V4CE) is proud to now release the second issue of our magazine, following the publication’s successful launch in Winter 2020. This latest 12-page supplement is themed around social investment and can be found within the Spring Issue 2021 of the KOL Social, a modern lifestyle magazine for people of colour and underrepresented communities, that shares similar themes that V4CE are engaged with.
In the supplement you can expect to find Stephen Bediako OBE, founder of The Social Innovation Partnership UK, looking at why people of colour are so poorly represented in the field and suggesting how to correct the imbalance, as well as seasoned thespian Adrian Lester telling how Impact X, the venture capital firm he helped to launch, gives a helping hand to Black and minority start-ups.
The KOL Social continues to present an alternative photographic view of the world. This issue: outspoken activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu on the fight against white supremacy; artist Emeka Ogboh’s repatriation campaign; director Desmond Ovbiagele on how the production crew of his Oscar-nominated film almost got executed; why social media influencers should stop exploiting local communities; the inspiring story of a talented young amputee dancer Musa Motha (front cover); stunning photographs and insights into the Maasai tribe by award winning photographer James Fisher and the legacy of cornrow hair, as well as plenty of art, book, film, podcast and product recommendations. It really is a jam-packed issue and we are so excited for you to have a read.
About KOL Social
The KOL Social is a print and online magazine, for the often under-represented in fashion, beauty, culture and lifestyle. Launched in October 2019 and published quarterly, the print publication is distributed across London and is available by mail subscription and online. The KOL Social is made up of a collection of entrepreneurs and professionals, ‘Key Opinion Leaders (K.O.L.s)‘ working in the relevant industries. For more information, visit the KOL Social website: www.thekolsocial.com.
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Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the magazine will be available in London newsagents, specialist retail outlets and WHSmith Travel from 1st April