Originally posted by tanyad
at We Got Your Back Project is not dead...
We Got Your Back Project
is still alive and still seeking submissions.
I had a chance to talk the project up at Gay Is the New Black? Event hosted by JF tonight. Hopefully this will generate some interest and new submissions.
Can I ask a favor? Can you all please signal boost this project for me & whereisjoy
? We don't want to see it die but to thrive it needs stories, your stories so that our POC-LGBTQIA youth know that they are not alone and just because someone says its gets better, that it may not apply to them.
I'll also post this on WordPress
so you can tweet it
it and pass it on.
Inquiries can be made at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission guidelines are below. If you come across something you think would be good for posting, please email us at email@example.com or tweet at us WGYBProject on Twitter.
Thanks for your interest in contributing to the “We Got Your Back” Project! We are accepting videos and written statements that share how the lives of LGBTQIA people get better when we have each others back. Give some hope to LGBTQIA youth by telling them how your own life improved. To submit, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org We request that posts meet the following guidelines:
Videos: Please keep videos to no more than 8 minutes maximum. If you have a video on YouTube or Vimeo, please submit a link to the video and a brief description.
Length: 2,500 word maximum. (Please note, longer posts may be broken up into several posts on the project)
Language: Feel free to use adult language, however please warn for swearing or other adult and/or potentially triggering language in your post at the beginning. If you do share potentially triggering material, we ask that you use the “more” tag to put it behind a cut.
Permission to repost/share your content: Please indicate to us whether or not you consent to the sharing of your material outside of this project when you submit your post and/or video.