In this Issue:
New School: Familiar Faces give Hollywood a Lesson on Diversity- Cory Hardrict, Jay Ellis, and Colman Domingo. 5 Reasons Sir The Baptist Rids Himself of Religion & Raises Hell. Plus: How K Camp is Taking it to The Next level. Heed is a metropolitan-minded publication focused on positive and diverse perspectives as it relates to our generation. Our stories celebrate the person, talking about where they came from, how they got to where they are, struggles they had to overcome, and their message of hope. Take a look for yourself.
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If you are seeking an urban touch in a publication, then the Heed Magazine is just right for your taste. This metropolitan-minded publication focuses on expressing diverse, positive, and spiritual perspectives since it draws attention to events that the current generation can relate to. Throwing light on topics and personalities usually given a miss by the mainstream media, Heed contains inspiring stories that celebrate the person for what he or she is or has overcome in life. Doing so, it spreads the message of optimism and perseverance in times when the odds may be heavily against you. The latest Heed digital magazine issue is now available on the Texture Magazine App for iPad, iPhone, Android tablets and smartphones as well as Windows 8 devices.
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