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We have two regularly scheduled newsletters:
Eat, Drink, and Do Good is a monthly newsletter that features fresh thought pieces on social justice written by emerging writers
Under the Magnifying Glass is a quarterly newsletter that explores topics from our Resources Library through the lens of current events and pop culture
Eat, Drink, and Do Good
Our monthly Eat, Drink, and Do Good newsletter featuring original thought pieces from emerging writers. Past issues have covered everything from gift economies and food apartheid to healthcare discrimination and ableism. Our goal is for these articles to offer critical analyses that engage common social justice topics on a deeper level.
Featured Past Issues
By V Spehar
By Rose McAdoo
By Edric Huang
By Jessica Chao
By Raeghn Draper
By Samir Knego
By Mikey Mercedes
Under the Magnifying Glass
Our quarterly Under the Magnifying Glass newsletter is a brand new series that examines topics from our past Understanding... series through the lens of current events and popular culture. Our goal is to break down theoretical ideas into more digestible concepts, examples, and actions that show up in people's lives everyday.
Featured Past Issues
How internalized competition comes at the expense of our bodies, minds, and time.
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These final pieces are range from 800-1,000 words and we pay $100 a piece. Our newsletter goes out to ~9,000 subscribers each month. Please email our Head of Content, Emily, directly with your pitches.
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