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We're Seeking Blog Contributors!


"South End Stories is seeking CONTRIBUTORS!" in black on a white background including a pencil, a paper, colorful shapes, and a computer.

South End Stories is looking for young people to contribute to the Youth Blog this year. If you are passionate about social justice, world issues, art, and storytelling through writing and media, let us know!


What We’re Seeking

Pieces of writing, art or other media created by you. Your piece can center around local issues, stories of the community, social justice, identity, or just be your art. Examples include: an article about a current event, a poem or spoken word piece about anything you’re passionate about, or simply personal artwork.

We strongly encourage young people of all races, ethnicities, gender identities, religions, bodies, and cultural backgrounds to apply.


Payment and Publication

When accepted for the blog, your piece will be lightly edited by our youth editing team (unless it is personal artwork) and then published on our blog. You will receive a $50 stipend, or $25 if the piece is already published somewhere else.


Apply or ask questions by contacting ses@intiman.org with your piece or query.


Who We Are

South End Stories is an arts education organization serving South King County and the greater Seattle area. Our mission is to ignite joy and justice in classrooms and communities using arts-based learning, anti-racist education, and social activism. We envision a world where students, teachers, families, and communities are liberated through storytelling and the arts. Our programming focuses on student-driven education and social-emotional learning. The South End Stories Youth Blog is an online publication led and created by young people that uplifts youth voices in King County. The blog centers BIPOC/Global Majority youth voices, and the content ranges from showcasing youth art to articles on important social issues.



Text written by Ricardo Gurango


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