BrownGirl Magazine

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. Our team encompasses and welcomes women, femmes, men, gender non-conforming, queer, and transgender individuals living across the diaspora including the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Over the past year, we’ve expanded our horizon by publishing our first-ever anthology, ‘untold: defining moments of the uprooted,’ a collection of real stories that explores the South Asian experience through the lens of identity, being, and relationships. We released ‘The Chaat Room‘ podcast, which highlights South Asians in Hollywood. We’ve launched, a new-age community elevating those with creative passions, and we’ve produced an apparel line, Ladki Power. Our Mission… 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. With CEO Trisha Sakhuja-Walia’s lead and vision, alongside a passionate team of more than 200 freelancers, Brown Girl Magazine continues 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 meaningful 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, casteism, immigration, sexual orientation, age, creed, mental health and disability. Brown Girl Magazine will feature their first-ever apparel line — Ladki Power — designed intentionally to empower South Asian womxn living in the diaspora.