Editorial Content on Race, Class & Pop Culture (ALL )
compensation: $10-$20 per piece
We're looking for website content about Race/Class in relation to what's going on in pop culture and the news.
The racial undertones in the way the media handled the Richard Sherman controversy.
Is there some validity in Kanye West's Classism rant.
The affects that comedic videos promoting ignorance on social media sites has on it's viewers and the younger generation.
Do Jayz & Beyonce exercise enough social responsibility?
Is there a message in the fact that '12 Years a Slave' was nominated for multiple Academy Awards and 'The Butler' received none? One slave movie per year industry maximum?
Is Justin Bieber's recent troubles a result of too much hip hop inflence?
Wal-Mart & Best Buy both cut a significant portion of their workforce and plans to do more as stores in lower class areas are not performing as well. What effect will this have over time for Wal-Mart and individuals relying on these jobs. Are Wal-Mart and Target examples of what's to come across the board in the retail industry.
We're looking for individuals to look at the news and pop culture and write editorial pieces on their thoughts on these issues in relation to race and class. Even if a current topic in the news is not a topic or headline regarding race or class, almost every story has or can be spinned on how it could have an effect on race or class. Are you a conspiracy theorist? We're open to editorial pieces that address todays events and headlines with your theories on how it could be viewed as slight racism or classism.
We would like the pieces to be thought-provoking, entertaining, and eye opening. Be creative. We're interested in seeing pieces that range from very serious and analytical to stories that are a little lighter with a hint of conspiracy theory. Just watch news and you'll be inspired.
The range of pay is going to range from $10 for small blogs to $20 for more analytical and editorial pieces. The tone of the pieces can range from objective factual post to all out controversial opinionated pieces.
Serious replies only. All freelance writers must sign a contract. And you do not need to send resumes or samples. This is not a job. Once you've signed the contract submit to us what you want us to consider placing on our site. If we like it we pay for it. If we don't we pass.
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