SpeakSudan’s first publication aims to reach out and form a collective voice of opinions, dissenting or not, on East African youth and allies in diaspora.
It is an effort to find commonality amongst a large, diverse and tremendously talented group of people. We will attempt to provide a space, physical and emotional to dissect, understand and reflect on our relationship(s) to the continent, both imagined and real. To engage with our personal narratives and our art.
We will explore issues of race, culture, migration, diaspora, belonging, and identity through personal narratives, poetry, short stories, sketches, and other forms of art/expression
If you are a self-identifying East African Youth (ages 16-35) with something to say then we want your voice to join ours in SpeakSudan’s first print Magazine launching in the beginning of 2013.
Please visit our website and click submit in the top left corner to contribute poetry, sketches, photography, short stories, sociopolitical commentary and other creative pieces.
Please keep written submissions under 1500 words and make sure to read and adhere to our submission guidelines and our non discriminatory mission of values.
Complete submission guidelines can be found at: http://www.speaksudan.org/submission-guidelines
SpeakSudan Board of Directors
111-1172 Bay Street,
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