Legacy Magazine Miami and South Florida Magazine’s issues are distributed in the Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel, respectively.
Hollywood, Fla. (April 16, 2021) – M•I•A MEDIA GROUP LLC, publisher of Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida, the premier publications for South Florida’s Black influencers and affluencers, announces the release of its annual Power issues within the Miami Herald and the Sun-Sentinel, respectively. The issues hit the newsstands on Sunday, April 18. The covers showcase profiles of young leaders reflecting the vanguard of excellence in the South Florida community. The publications reliably deliver compelling content that gives readers a competitive advantage in their community, professional, and entrepreneurial pursuits. This year’s honorees skew younger than previous classes.
“Who says you need at least 40 rotations around the sun to be considered a revered power broker in the world? Or be a seasoned professional, for that matter, to land on Legacy’s annual list of South Florida’s Most Powerful and Influential Black Business Leaders of 2021?” Russell Motley, editor-in-chief, Legacy magazines, inquired.
“Many of our honorees have positioned themselves as cornerstones of not just the Black community but the community at large. Let’s celebrate them all and encourage them as they continue to make us proud.”
Both issues feature cover stories highlighting the impact of COVID-19 and vaccination sites in South Florida. Readers can also look forward to reading insights from county leaders about the economic future of and small business opportunities in the region. Additionally, the pages showcase narratives of a new generation of leaders driving impact in the corporate, civic, and educational arenas.
For more information on Legacy Miami and South Florida magazines, please contact Jordan B.D. Polite at 305-412-9600 extension 707 or Jordan@miamediagrp.com.
About Legacy Magazine
Established in 2004, Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida magazines are news/business publications serving South Florida’s black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, culture, and social commentary. The magazines are distributed throughout South Florida via partnerships with the Miami Herald and the Sun-Sentinel.