By Paul Pannone
Munaluchi Bride magazine gained the attention and praise of another wedding industry segment that connects with their mission and herald the changes that are coming. Statements by the head of Munaluchi, Chike Kwobu, got the attention of Marcinho Savant, a proponent and advocate of human rights, regardless of race, color or sexual preferences.
Marcinho Savant has what it takes– the “O” factor– and uses it to get his message heard.
After welcoming Kwobu into a sometimes volatile Wedding water Cooler environment, Savant commented on an eWedNewz story saying:
Bravo, Mr. Nwobu and “Munaluchi Bride” magazine!
Every Bride matters. All brides want to “see” themselves reflected and acknowledged in the broader society. Brides of Color have been invisible, or relegated to special, occasional, “sections” in mainstream black publications because they had no true home. In Munaluchi Bride, now they do! And it’s about time!
According the magazine’s blog: ”The name “Munaluchi” is a combination of two African names (one Ethiopian and the other Nigerian) which when fused together mean “Beautiful Work of God.” The name perfectly describes our target audience, as all women, regardless of race or ethnicity are beautiful in their own light.”
I’d say they’ve hit the nail on the head! Asante sana, Munaluchi Bridal! Thank you for providing a home for all the “Munaluchi” on the planet!
According to Savant love comes in all shapes and forms but the color restrictions are clear; none.
“As an event Designer I am here 24/7 for the couple to make things happen for them the week of their event. When two people are in love and are willing to dedicate their lives to one another they need to have a great event to mark the official start of their life together. That’s where I come in,” according Mr. Oprah Savant.
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