Amoize Magazine debuted its very first issue in January 2011 in Dallas, Texas. It‘s a vibrant, multifaceted, and lively magazine celebrating diversity in cultures, heritages, and traditions.
By raising informational awareness about various cultures and communities, we enable people to live together in an environment of openness and respect.
Our Creative Compilations
Taking the readers into the lives of different people through fashion, art, culture, travel, spirituality, and other types of expert articles, Amoize acts as a window into the most complicated and unexplored ethnic communities of the world.
Our insightful editorials and features deal with subjects concerned with the growing interest in spiritual matters, business opportunities, and multiplicity trends, intercultural marriages, and the growing design craze for multicultural art in our homes.
The goal of these articles is to encourage frank and open dialogue and enhance greater cultural understanding.
Your Own Magazine
Amoize Magazine connects communities through culture, stories, food, art, and faith. It is created by the people, for the people.
By incorporating creative contributions from average people in our community, the magazine is labeled as “Your Own Magazine”.
We strive to create a moment of truth by sharing the ordinary stories of extraordinary people in our society with our readers. We only want them to be real, no matter what genre or emotion they portray.
We want to know about your life, your surroundings, and your world that is interesting, funny, frustrating, joyful, or thoughtful. By sharing your memories and experiences, you can add value to the lives of our readers, something they will cherish and treasure forever. Because no one can tell your story like you can!
After all, who can tell your stories better than you, yourself!
Your Own Magazine
If you have something to share about your hometown, your family, or your friends, the way things used to be, or what you hope they will become, please write to us and let us know what you would like others to know and remember about your hometown.
Recently, we had the opportunity to sit down with Council Member Junior Steve Ezeonu, who represents Grand Prairie City Council Place 8 (At large.) Council Member Junior Ezeonu is only 22 years old and his goal is to assist the school board in any way that he can so students in the Grand Prairie school district can have the best education possible. Council Member Junior was happy to sit down with us in his office and speak about youth education programs, the development of the neighborhood, and what’s next for the community.
Click here to read the interview
Our first issue
CIRU MAINA – Top African Fashion Model and Goodwill Ambassador to the Heart 2 Heart Foundation and Beauty of Rwanda’s ‘Only One Basket’ Campaign