We want to hear from The BGG community for Native American Heritage Month!
As part of our 2019 Native American Heritage Month Series, we are looking to share inspirational stories from Native American women in politics!
If you are interested in writing for us, here are the guidelines:
The post should relate to an aspect of your political journey such as:
Why/how you got involved in politics
Your desire to run for office or why you ran for office (if applicable)
Why we need more representation of Native American women in politics
The importance of mentorship for Native American women of color in politics
Being the only Native American woman in the room
Guidelines for the blog:
Good blog posts are at least 500 words, but please feel free to write more!
Submit at least three pictures to be used with the post that relate to its subject matter
Entries should be submitted by November 25th, 2019 at 11:00 PM Eastern Time to email@example.com
The BGG editors have the right to edit the blog for grammar/content flow with final approval from the guest contributor
The guest contributor provides The BGG with the rights to promote the blog with its network and on social media
The guest contributor will promote the blog post with their network and on social media
If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to your submissions!
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