Write for The Tab’s Voices of Color: A new reporting series examining race in America
By young writers of color
Students all over the country are speaking up and speaking out against racism on campus.
It has been almost a year to the day since protests shook Mizzou and Yale last fall. They were meant to bring about sweeping changes. But a year later, I’m curious. Has anything changed? This is why I want to hear from you!
Are you bothered by recent racist incidents on your campus? Do you want a creative and impactful outlet for these frustrations? Are you passionate about the news and making sure the truth is reported? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this may be the opportunity for you.
I am looking to form a team of fearless, passionate writers of color from colleges across the country.
You should not be afraid to ask tough questions, get your hands dirty, and interact with people who would ordinarily offend you. Join The Tab’s Voices of Color and be a part of a team covering what’s happening on campuses all over the country. Let your voice be heard!
As a fellow on this project, you will working remotely with me from the New York office of The Tab. You will write a minimum of one story per week (feel free to be as prolific as you want) that will be commissioned, edited, and published on The Tab about a topic of your choosing.
The Tab is a news site unlike any other – staffed by students at America’s top schools and co-ordinated by professional editors in New York. Our reporters break global exclusives and publish stories that contribute to the national debate. We covered last year’s campus protests in depth – now we want to investigate the new reality.
Write for an audience of eight million people – join The Tab’s Voices of Color.
Contact me at [email protected] to get started.