Become A Contributor

Black Boy See Anthology

CALLING ALL BLACK MEN

Literacy Moguls Publishing is seeking 6 AA male co-authors and 20-25 contributors (AA males only) for a new Anthology project--Black Boys See-- to be released in Fall 2018. This anthology will be the "sister book" to the recently released anthology, Black Girls Hear.
 

Premise

There is a healing power in telling your story. So, imagine bringing stories together in one place so that others may benefit, wake up or just sympathize in a way they never could before.


People of all races see black children as less innocent, more adult-like and more responsible for their actions than their white peers. In turn, normal childhood behavior, like disobedience, tantrums and back talk, is seen as a criminal threat when black kids do it.

 

Social scientists have found that this misperception causes black children to be “pushed out, over-policed and under-protected,” according to a report by the legal scholar Kimberlé W. Crenshaw.

That’s why we must create a future in which children of color are not disproportionately caught up in the criminal justice system, a world in which a black 17-year-old can wear a hoodie without being assumed to be a criminal.

 

 

How does your race influence how you are treated in society?

Have you had an experience where someone did not expect you to be smart or capable or "adultified" your actions when you were just a kid? 

So, what do Black Boys See? How can we address the challenges they face and offer hope? 

Black men are often ignored in policy discussions. Tell your story or perspective to help shed light on the injustice and societal bias. Talk to us about the challenges inside and outside the create the Black experience they see and live.

Chime in! Accepting stories, lessons, advice, and wisdom.

Themes this book include:

  1. Work ethic

  2. Fatherhood

  3. Media portrayal

  4. Aggression

  5. Economic empowerment

  6. Family/Marriage

  7. Mentoring: Each one teach one

  8. Role Models

  9. Giving Back/Community

  10. Positive Imaging

  11. We Learn What We See

  12. Emotional Healing

 

 

For General Contributors
Requirements

Please submit 2-8 paragraphs typed in Times New Roman 12-pt font on one of the above themes. Not more than three (3) Word document pages.

All submissions are due by April 30, 2018.

*EACH APPROVED CONTRIBUTOR WILL RECEIVE A CONTRIBUTOR BADGE FOR HIS/HER WEBSITE & SOCIAL MEDIA. A CONFERENCE CALL WILL BE SCHEDULED ONCE ALL SUBMISSIONS ARE RECEIVED.

Informational Interest Meeting Conference Call Coming

For Featured

Co-Authors

Requirements

If you would like to be a "Featured Co-Author" to Black Boys See, and be featured on the back cover, immediately email b2fgirls@gmail.com with your headshot (min. 300 dpi), your title and a brief bio sketch for consideration. There is a feature fee of $397. Make your payment below using the "Buy Now" button. There are 6 featured co-author slots available. 

“Inspire, celebrate, and empower our Black males. Support them in becoming confident, intelligent, strong, capable, and powerful Black men, teens, and boys. There’s GREAT power in Black male positivity!” 
― Stephanie Lahart

Questions?

By submitting a story entry below, you  enter into agreement with Literacy Moguls Publishing. By submission of your entry, you acknowledge that you understand that you would be a contributor to Black Boys See and that contributors are not charged, nor are they paid at any time for entries. By submitting or emailing a story entry, you also understand that this is a voluntary submission and that you may either add your name to your entry or indicate "anonymous". Your profession/title would also be helpful, but not required. Please proof your entry by first typing it in MS Word and then copy/paste it above.

©2015 Blah to Fierce Girls!
 

ADDRESS:

950 Eagles Landing Pkwy

Ste 610

Stockbridge, GA 30281

CONTACT US:

Phone 68-BE-FIERCE
Email info@b2fgirls.org

Find Us

Site Design Alegna Media