Kushe Magazine

Kushe’ Magazine Readership, Media, & Events   To empower and inspire African professionals around the world,  Kushe’ Magazine expands its reach through numerous African networks.xxx

  • Readership, over 5000 people have accessed Kushe’ Magazine online from  www.kushemag.com
  • Online followers, close to 20,000 Kushe’ Magazine fans follow us on social media
  • African Diaspora TV, held formal interview with Kushe’, posted on  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xn8ZlqdLFg
  • Front Page Film Studio, held formal interview with Kushe’, posted on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRR5On6Gsug
  • African Radio Salone, holds scheduled interviews with Kushe’ for online radio fans
  • SLMTVradio.com, holds scheduled interviews with Kushe’ for online radio fans
  • Awareness Times Newspaper wrote article on Kushe’, May 6, 2013
  • The Patriotic Vanguard Newspaper wrote article on Kushe’, May 8, 2013  Kushe’ Magazine stays involved in community projects by delivering and participating in programs that create awareness, provide access to quality of life resources, and give recognition to the Sierra Leone and broader African communities.
  • Health Finance & Entertainment Extravaganza: A 2011 public event organized by the Kushe’ team, attended by 300 participants and over 60 vendors, to promote health and financial awareness to members of the African communities in the Washington, DC area.
  • Celebrity Health Talk: A television program headed by one of Kushe’s co-founders Fatmata Koroma and delivered worldwide on the International Caribbean & African Network Television (ICAN-TV) to discuss topics on health and social welfare amongst Africans. Guests include music artists, politicians, entrepreneurs, athletes, and community organizers. The show is produced in the United States, the United Kingdom, and in Sierra Leone and can be viewed online from anywhere in the world.
  • Lifestyle Explosion: A program of events designed by the Kushe’ team to engage African communities to take control of their lifestyles through information, positive choices, and access to resources.
  • African Radio Salone: An online radio show supported by the Kushe’ team designed to highlight music and talk about issues within the Sierra Leonean community by way of scheduled interviews and announcement