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WAX : WHAT IS IT?
WAX – The Harlem Bee Digital Magazine – is a free multimedia platform featuring wide-ranging millennial perspectives on local, national and global issues. We offer an immersive reading, viewing and listening experience that is innovative and inspiring. Through our articles, digital books, virtual art shows, animations, video programs and compositions, we are committed to stimulating curiosity, creativity and discovery. We are the voice of a resurgent Harlem in the new century, powered by a spirit of tech equality and community service.
WAX is funded by contributions from site users like you, charitable underwriters, and the community we represent.
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Editorial Adviser: Irene Schneider
Guest Editors: Dave Goldiner, Frankie Edozien, Katherine Stapp, Malick Kwame Sante
Managing Editor: Yves Sorokobi
Associate Editor: Kiri Close
Chief Technologist: CJ Burken
Associate Technologists: Rahul Vijay, Larry Hernandez
Desiree Bascomb, Arielle Bines, Jimbe Carroll, Zane Castillo, Chuanjian Deng, Mike DiPaola, Annette Ejiofor, Yitzchak Fried, Melina Gills, Dan Geist, Jon Gold, Taylor Haacke, Conor Hearn, Quintin James, Nicole Kirichanskaya, Shane Maritch, Farai Makoni, Pascale Mondesir, Vickens Moscova, Alexa Noel, Farah Nesbeth, Atticus O’Brien-Pappalardo, Olivia Perreault, Keith Plait, Phyll Pope, Christina Reed, Yolanda Stewart-Jones, Bee Vang, Jody Williams, Jim Wurst
Established in July 2017, WAX Digital Magazine engages 30,000+ young (18 – 45), educated, high-income consumers each month with compelling feature stories, articles and commentaries, and multimedia productions about Harlem and the modern world of which it is a center of culture, tradition and innovation.
We welcome underwriting proposals from small and medium-sized businesses, minority-owned startups, social justice initiatives, philanthropic organizations, charitable trusts and big-hearted individuals.
Our Adopt-A-Bee* Program is now accepting nominations and submissions from private benefactors, liberal entities and corporate foundations. Adopt-A-Bee is designed to give our supporters, donors, and benefactors the option to publicize their social missions on various sections of the platform, including our special series, and collaborate with us on public outreach campaigns.
* Adopt-A-Bee also allows individual benefactors to lend their name to sections of the platform, such as our Virtual Art Gallery, Digital Library or Archives. Please contact us for more information.