Introducing Young African Visionaries

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

YAV Rooftop Party in Harlem NY!

YAV Magazine Launch Party Celebrate With Us Our Third Issue
Special Rooftop YAV Magazine Launch Party& Fundraiser

The link is now up to RSVP to YAV Magazine's rooftop official launch party and fundraiser!  We will be publishing the third issue that will be released on July 20, and as well as celebrating the preview of the Bavubuka Dynasty Clothing Line!   This rooftop party will be a celebration of a new movement to highlight the positive youth of Africa worldwide. Please come out and support, in hopes to raise funds for the YAV Magazine's Scholarship Initiative. 

YAV Magazine Launch Party Celebrate With Us Our Third Issue

Special Rooftop YAV Magazine Launch Party

-Featuring Bavubuka Dynasty Clothing Line Preview
-Fully Catered Reception
-Special Guests/Music
-Gift Bags
-Drink Specials

July 20th, 2012  7:30pm-9:30pm
Harlem NY (aFREEcan Rooftop Lounge)
Invite Only RSVP $20 Online-RSVP to Get Actual Address
Please email: for more information. 
NOTE*Limited Space Please RSVP Online by July 19, 2012, Please RSVP at:

More About YAV Magazine

The Young African Visionaries (YAV) Magazine aims to celebrate the achievements of young Africans worldwide making a positive impact in their communities.  We also hope to shed light on some of the negative stereotypes associated with the continent of Africa by showcasing youth of African descent who are visionaries.  Each issue of YAV Magazine will have featured stories or interviews concerning the arts, culture, politics, and social awareness.  In each issue you will read interesting stories covering topics from fashion to political elections in regards to the youth of Africa. Our unique story based publication allows for the companies that advertise with us to be apart of the stories we tell, showing the power and impact of youth today to be informed consumers of a growing market. YAV Magazine is currently getting around 400 new readers each month since our start in March 2012.  We have successfully published two issues and will be publishing a third issue in July 2012 and then three more issues by January 2013.  Our issues come out every other month and are available online and printed for private distribution to institutions facilitating African art and history.

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