Since 1971, SCLC Magazine has been the official national publication of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). SCLC Magazine is printed and published quarterly, it serves as a vital educational and informational link between the SCLC's national headquarters in Atlanta and its many chapters and affiliates throughout the U.S.
SCLC Magazine is distributed to its chapters, affiliates and membership nationwide with an estimated readership of 400,000. As America's most respected civil rights voice, SCLC Magazine serves as a major vehicle for leading corporations to enhance their visibility and sales among 45,000,000 African-American consumers.
SCLC Magazine is distributed to universities, state and junior colleges that are primarily in minority communities. It is a viable recruiting tool for corporations interested in hiring qualified minority applicants. In addition, SCLC Magazine is distributed to both local and national officials, government agencies, civil rights organizations, Fortune 500 corporations and to our many supporters.
SCLC Magazine's editorial content focuses on national and international current events and issues, which shape the lives of minorities in particular, and provides valuable information to its readership of the SCLC's struggle in the Civil Rights Movement. Editorial for SCLC Magazine pertinent to the Civil Rights Movement is submitted for publication by a diverse group of educators, politicians, economists, activists and involved citizens.
In many minority communities unemployment is at staggering levels, hopelessness and lack of self-worth are major factors in the high rate of crime and violence in our nation's cities. While promulgating its message of nonviolence and brotherhood, the SCLC works to alleviate despair and give hope by establishing numerous community programs to aid and educate the disadvantaged.
The ability to overcome the anguish of injustice requires support of the masses to sustain its effectiveness both spiritually and financially.
In its effort to retain its nonpartisan political posture and its ability to address injustice and discrimination freely, the SCLC abstains from seeking government grants and/or traditional funding sources. SCLC's primary source of funding is the advertising revenue from SCLC Magazine.
Advertisers in SCLC Magazine, many of whom are Fortune 500 corporations in stature, demonstrate their shared concerns for the SCLC's humanitarian endeavors and give recognition and credibility to their corporation's fair attitudes and equal opportunity policies.
Your company is a strong and vital voice, help the SCLC stop the deterioration of humanity. Our efforts do make a real and lasting difference. With your advertising support we shall all prosper through peace, unity, brotherhood, love and respect.
43 years ago SCLC Magazine was created.
SCLC Magazine has an estimated readership of 400,000.
There are 45,000,000 African-American consumers in the U.S.
Many advertisers are Fortune 500 corporations.
In many minority communities unemployment is at staggering levels.
SCLC Magazine is a viable recruiting tool for companies hiring qualified minority applicants.
Editorial content focuses on national and international current events and issues, which shapes the lives of minorities in particular.
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