Through diverse, multimedia content and community building, we empower and engage those who identify as a part of the South Asian diaspora with a hyphenated identity.
We will continue to serve as an anchor for South Asians by remaining steadfast in publishing premium, multimedia content so that it uplifts, creates deeper understanding and connection, and cultivates rich dialogue in communities around the globe.
In an effort to give voice to marginalized groups through our coverage, we challenge stigmas surrounding but not limited to age-old cultural and religious stereotypes and taboos, gender inequality, race, class, immigration, sexual orientation, age, creed, mental health and disability.
Who We Are
Born out of the lack of minority representation in mainstream media, Brown Girl Magazine was created by and for South Asian womxn, who believe in the power of storytelling as a vehicle for community building and empowerment. Brown Girl encompasses women, femmes, men, gender non-conforming, queer, and transgender individuals living across the USA, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Collaborate with us
We welcome all types of collaborations and partnership opportunities. Whether you’re a creative, nonprofit, social enterprise, start-up, public relations firm or an organization, please reach out as we would like to work with you.
Send us an email with a detailed pitch at [email protected], and our team will respond as soon as possible.
We are a team of more than 200 passionate South Asians who’ve collaborated for the last decade to bring you the best and latest content on South Asians living in the diaspora. By supporting us through live experiences, on social media, sponsorships and partnerships, you allow us to curate content that is relevant, inspirational, educational, entertaining, and unapologetically opinionated.
Subscribe to us
Subscribe to The Spark — a curated newsletter full of dinner-table worthy topics, thought-provoking stories, promo codes and the spiciest memes straight to your inbox.
Follow us on social media
With hundreds of thousands of engaged followers living across the diaspora, our social media is dedicated to creating a safe space for open dialogue while showcasing the latest content, event updates, brand partnerships and more.
Promote your brand or service
We offer many unique opportunities that tailor to your marketing needs and engage with our active readership through real-life experiences, connecting with our network of bloggers and influencers, or by creating banner ads, custom content creation, social media promotions, photoshoots, dedicated emails, giveaways, engaging videos, and more.
Visit our brand partnerships page to learn how our niche community has the power to bring value and awareness to your product or service.
Shop our apparel
Shop Brown Girl Magazine’s first-ever apparel line — Ladki Power — conceptualized by @browngirlmag, designed by @bybadal and produced by @rootsgearclothing. Tees, crop tops, hoodies, onesies and more are available for purchase via Rootsgear.com in various sizes and colors. Tag us in your #ladkipower gear on social media.
Attend our real-life experiences
Led by the belief that nothing compares to a strong offline network, Brown Girl Magazine continues to host and promote a variety of in-person experiences and activations across North America. From our first-ever pop-up experience at POPx to the Period Party, #MeToo panel discussions, Holi at the Wing, All Brown Everything musical showcases, book readings, speaker-led discussions, happy hours and network events, we are dedicated to engaging and cultivating safe spaces and community building beyond the internet.
Become a Slashie Supporter
The Slashie Summit is a collaborative and immersive experience that empowers hustlers, doers and creators to uncover their purpose and achieve financial independence despite the stigma behind creative aspirations. Since October 2018, we’ve provided a platform and created a place for South Asain creatives to level up their side hustles.
At our first-ever Slashie Summit, we led eight workshops, moderated 16-panel discussions, hosted eight South Asian vendors who sold their products and services at our marketplace, and partnered and collaborated with more than 20 brands from various industries including food and beverage, lifestyle and beauty, culture, dating and relationships, nonprofit and legal. The summit cultivated a community of 250+ creatives from North America who saw value from our programming and continue to seek an offline platform that speaks to their passion projects.
Press & Mentions
During the past few years, we’ve seen press and mentions from a variety of websites including Refinery29, Time Magazine, The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, The New York Times, Buzzfeed, Scientific American, Fusion, and NPR.
Brown Girl Magazine, Inc., is an independent, non-partisan media platform. The views of our writers do not necessarily represent the views of our publication. If you disagree with anything we publish, please send us your comments at [email protected].
Brown Girl Magazine will always credit products or bloggers whose ideas we post. Any lack of credit is completely unintentional and will be corrected upon notice. The Brown Girl team will also always disclose when and if a company has paid for or offered free products in return for promotion on the site.