i.d.e.a.l. Magazine Company is an award winning for magazine for Urban Young People with Disabilities. i.d.e.a.l. is an acronym for Individuals with Disabilities Express About Life. Our mission is to promote positive images of People with Disabilities in society. We also try to eliminate negative stereotypes among the disability community. We are a magazine that pushes the limits and to take the magazine to new and exciting heights. We talk about issues that other publications do not address such as Disability Culture & Lifestyles. We highlight People with Disabilities and without Disabilities who had a major impact in the Disability Community. i.d.e.a.l. Magazine is not your ordinary magazine for People with Disabilities so if you are interested in a magazine that is young, urban and fresh, yet classy we are the magazine for you.
One on One with the CEO, Zarifa Roberson
View our collages and videos as our staff and fans of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine Company celebrates World Autism Awareness Day By Going Blue, Epilepsy Awareness Day By Going Purple and Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day By Going Green.
Zarifa Roberson was interviewed and featured on CleverlyChanging.com, a life style blog for tips on health, finance, parenting, and so much more.
Check out the interview below..
I first met Zarifa Roberson when I was doing my 30 for Sickle Cell blog posts at theStomp Out Sickle Cell 5k walk held in DC. Zarifa is a great inspiration and her quarterly magazine benefits those living with disabilities and people wanting to learn more about disabilities. Her passion for others really stood out to me, and her desire to help tell people’s story who are living with Sickle Cell truly resonated within me.
Can you imagine, being the only person in your family labeled as different? Can you imagine being away from home, on your own and living with a disability? People succeed with disabilities everyday, but is better when you know that you are not alone and the struggles you face are not unique to you. I.D.E.A.L magazine is the lighthouse shining a light on people living with disabilities. Her magazine provides this community with much needed hope and inspiration to keep fighting despite having to face unique life challenges… Continue Reading