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A story of power and perseverance 

Seeing the need in her community for positive imagery, Tunisha Brown, began the journey of bringing forth IMPACT Magazine. IMPACT Magazine is a lifestyle print and digital publication with a mission is to empower, encourage, and to educate readers through the power of images and words.

This daring and aggressive publication tackles the issues of life, by giving examples of ordinary people, living extraordinary lives. IMPACT educates the readers on health, wealth, and all things pertaining to who they are; challenging them to evolve into whom they are destined to become.

 

COLLEGIATE IMPACT 

The University of Utah’s College of Humanities and Department of Communication are partnering with Tunisha Brown, founder and editor-in-chief of IMPACT Magazine to provide internship opportunities to students and to work toward digitally archiving the magazine’s 15-year history of empowering Black women and men. 

“This is a tremendous opportunity for our students to work alongside powerful voices in publishing who – in Tunisha Brown and IMPACT – have found significant ways to elevate the experiences and lives of Black women and men,” said Avery Holton, chair of the Department of Communication. “Experiences like these that carry sustainable partnerships between our faculty, students and community-amplifying publications matter on a multitude of levels.”

The goal of the partnership between the Department of Communication and IMPACT is to offer transformative opportunities to humanities students and allow them to learn and grow from powerful voices- both in publishing and in life.

This partnership is thanks to Hollis Robbins, dean of the College of Humanities who said, "Tunisha is a force for inspiration and change and U students will have the opportunity to experience and support her mission.” 

The IMPACT online collection can be accessed here. Physical copies are located at the Marriott Library. 

 

 

Last Updated: 3/31/24