Story Submissions
Apathy towards issues of social justice usually stems from a lack of education about the world or a feeling of powerlessness. It’s everywhere: schools, workplaces, and in our relationships with others.

I’m addressing this issue by writing a children’s book that features underrepresented characters and stories—telling a side to the story that we don’t often hear. This book will be in the form of I-Statements: “When you said _____, it made me feel_____” in both positive and negative connotations from a wide variety of people. For example, “when you use ‘gay’ as an insult, it makes me feel like I don’t exist,” or “it makes me feel so happy when people speak to me and not to my disability.” To accomplish this, I want to share the stories of real people.

Though you can choose to remain anonymous, I will be sure to give credit to everyone who has contributed stories for this book. Any story you choose to tell is important. Thank you!
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Name
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How old are you?
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How do you identify? (Gender) (Prefer not to say is valid!)
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How do you identify? (Race) (Prefer not to say is valid!)
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How do you identify? (sexuality) (Prefer not to say is valid!)
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What is a micro-aggression* you have encountered? How did it make you feel?
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What is a micro-affirmation you have received? How did it make you feel?
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What is something about yourself that you're proud of?
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Why do you think it's important for everyone to learn about marginalized communities and the issues they face?
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What is advice you'd give to your younger self about your identity?
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Is there anything else you'd like to add?
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