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Invest in Wear Your Voice

Feminist digital magazine for and by LGBTQIA+ Black, Indigenous, and POC

San Francisco CA

What Investors Say

Freelance Journalist, Self-Employed
LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $5,000 this round
Wear Your Voice Mag is a one-of-a-kind publication centering the voices of the most marginalized. There is literally no other publication like it. Its mission is one that we need to support in order for Q/T BIPOC to have the platform we need in media. It is imperative for a publication like this to grow during such a tumultuous time in our world. Recognizing the potential of Wear Your Voice is a wonderful investment and I couldn't be happier to be the Lead Investor in such a worthwhile project. 

In the news

#BeyondBeauty - Vogue.it
August 14, 2020
BeyondBeauty: the self-confident campaign launched by Wear Your Voice magazine that supports women all over the world to love and embrace their body type Coming soon.
Wear Your Voice centers marginalized communities with a little help from Mark Cuban
August 14, 2020
It's hard to feel seen, heard and represented as a person of color in today's current media landscape. Ravneet Vohra (pictured above), founder and CEO of Wear Your Voice, is changing that. Wear Your Voice is an intersectional feminist multimedia platform that aims to center marginalized...
Body positive warrior: Oakland editor Ravneet Vohra celebrates diverse ideas of female beauty
December 14, 2015
mross@bayareanewsgroup.com In the 2006 film, "The Devil Wears Prada," the imperious fashion magazine editor played by Meryl Streep champions the waifish ideal of female beauty, referring to her plucky new size-6 assistant as "the fat one."
#DropTheTowel By 'Wear Your Voice' Magazine Is The Newest Body Positive Beach Body Campaign
July 20, 2015
Protein World's "Are you beach body ready?" advertisements have caused outrage this summer with their fat shaming marketing tactics, but the body shaming ads have led the way to many more empowering efforts by body positivity proponents.
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