6 year old creates magazine to reflect diversity

The magazine, aimed at girls aged seven to 14, has sold more than 11,000 copies since it launched in June.

A six-year-old Londoner has launched a magazine aimed at representing young black girls in the wake of global rallies for racial justice.

Faith, and her mother Selina, decided to design the magazine “Cocoa Girl” after seeing a lack of diversity in publications for young girls.

Selena Boyd, Mother, “This journey that she’s gone on to love her hair, to love her skin tone, to love everything about herself is the most amazing thing that’s happened. Just hoping other little girls can go on that journey too.”Follow this story to get email or text alerts from WRCB when there is a future article following this storyline.Follow this story

The magazine, aimed at girls aged seven to 14, has sold more than 11,000 copies since it launched in June.

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