REV 21 Media

REV 21 Media Rev 21 Media Inc. strives to empower the youth and young adults from around the globe by encouraging diversity, involvement, knowledge, and inspiration!

is a digital media and broadcasting company focused on empowering youth and young adults from around the globe. Through our news site, podcasts, videos, and digital magazine, the staff and readers are given a physical platform to harvest and create the change that they want and need. A large component of the company is REV 21 Magazine, which focuses on arts, culture, and news topics written by a diverse group of Millennials, who strive to make online content readily available and catered for the youth. seeks to ensure that people — of all colors, races, genders, religions and other groups — have a platform to change the world by reclaiming the narrative stolen from them and their heritage. We entail that our youth is able to stamp their spots as strong leaders of the world. We’re not just the leaders of tomorrow, but also the leaders of today!

Mission: To disrupt the system and create a revolution in the media. To reclaim the narrative and to be unapologetically rebellious.

Operating as usual

"Ford waited 20 years to share her trauma with another person and waited 30 years to seek professional help regarding it...
09/24/2018
#WhyIDidntReport: Why Ford’s Timing Is Understandable and Not Suspicious

"Ford waited 20 years to share her trauma with another person and waited 30 years to seek professional help regarding it. This seems much less shocking when you realize that only 12% of child sexual abuse is ever reported to the authorities according to Child Abuse and Neglect."

ByAFIA EAMA September 24th, 2018 “Ford waited 20 years to share her trauma with another person and waited 30 years to seek professional help regarding it.“ Christine Blasey Ford has become

03/07/2018
Connect to Our Black History

"It's very important for us to connect to our Black history." (Najmah Nicole Abraham)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

03/06/2018
Maybe You Should Use Skin Lightening Cream

"Maybe you should use skin lightening cream when you're older." (Aby Kane)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

03/05/2018
Assimilating to White Culture

"Black women have to assimilate to white culture to feel beautiful." (Anika Murray)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

03/04/2018
CRWN Magazine: Reclaiming the Narrative

"CRWN Magazine is focused on reclaiming the narrative [for black women]." (Lindsey Day)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

03/03/2018
What its Like to Be a Woman of Color

"You don't know what it's like to be a woman of color today, yesterday or tomorrow." (Lotus Smith and Bunny Bisono)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

03/02/2018
Folks in Africa Have Been Doing it For a While

"Just know that folks in Africa have been doing it for a very long time." Alexandria Collins
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

03/01/2018
So Many Issues With the Word "Exotic"

"I have so many issues with the word "exotic." (Aby Kane)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

While the surge of teen organizing around gun control may feel new, the U.S. has a rich history of youth activism. Here'...
03/01/2018
From Little Rock to Parkland: A Brief History of Youth Activism

While the surge of teen organizing around gun control may feel new, the U.S. has a rich history of youth activism. Here's a quick look at three big moments when children and teens became agents of change.

This isn't the first time young people have tried to change the world.

02/28/2018
Associating Beauty With Pain

"You know the phrase, beauty is pain. I always remember association beauty WITH pain." (Omolara Omotosho)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

02/28/2018
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This 12-year-old Syrian child can't stand the war anymore. Here's his message to you.

Friendship is not on this list. It is its own list and it’s in balance with your ambition in all those more self-centere...
02/28/2018
What are common mistakes in friendships nobody tells you about?

Friendship is not on this list. It is its own list and it’s in balance with your ambition in all those more self-centered areas of life.

By Niklas Göke February 27th, 2018 “Ambition does not work in friendship.” The more you have of these, the harder it is to make friends: Money. Beauty. Knowledge. Status. In other words, e

02/27/2018
The Power of Black People

"Cultural appropriation shows the power that black people have." (Jadayah Spencer)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin and Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

02/26/2018
Cultural Appropriation is Theft Without Copyright

"Cultural appropriation is theft without copyright." (Anika Murray)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin, Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra, Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

02/24/2018
Black Women Using Bleaching Creams

"Why don't you accept me. I have a natural tan 24/7, 365 days a year. And now you want to tan yourself to my complexion, but you just tried to make me feel bad [about my skin tone]." (Lotus Smith and Bunny Bisono, founders of PrettyFULL)
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We want to redefine what is beautiful.

Merging Black History Month and Women's History month together, REV 21 Media presents, "Copyrighting Black Beauty." This series of interviews were done with various young women that present the struggles and joys of being a black woman who has historically been scrutinized for her appearance. This project presents the narrative of #blackgirlmagic from black women themselves. It seeks to present real issues that are dealt with in the black community and the resilience of black women as they go on to redefine their narrative and take back what has always been theirs.
Over the next month, you will see personal narratives from each of these women that will touch on crucial issues that always need to be discussed and rectified. Make sure you like our page and are subscribed to our YouTube channel to keep up with our daily short episodes!

Be sure to like and share!
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A REV 21 Media Productions Project

Directed by: Yehia Sadek and Sadaf Ayaz-Author

Videography Assistants: Abdul Moontarin and Sanzidul Haque

Content Supervisors: Sadaf Ayaz, Nida Ali, Sarah Hakim

Editor: Nida Ali

Special thanks to: Demii Moore, Annie Zohra and Ali Asghar

Spoken Word by: Nicole Najmah Abraham (aka Najmah 53)

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