Contributing to The Case for the 1619 Project by WEOC

A step-by-step guide for contributing to the project

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I would like to provide everyone with a step-by-step guide on how to contribute to one of the special projects by Writers and Editors of Color (WEOC) — The Case for the 1619 Project. Please note that you do not have to be a member of WEOC to contribute, but you must have a Medium…

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L.A. Justice

L.A. Justice

Organizer & Activist | Theologian | Author | Educator | Previously a Biochemist | Member of #WEOC | Previous Top Writer in Racism and BlackLivesMatter

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