We are amplifying the voices of Black people and people of color at our On Location program in Bethlehem, PA.

Saturday, September 4 OR Sunday, September 5

if you would like to share your story, PLEASE submit the form below As Soon As Possible to arrange a date/time for your interview.

Writing Wrong’s mission is to raise awareness about social issues through the stories of those affected. The students who participate in the program are competitively selected through an application process. The majority of this year’s group has personal experience with racism. They are highly talented activists with a desire to create change. Everyone who assists with the Writing Wrongs program is an ally. If you choose to participate, you will be welcomed into a safe space.

Your story will be included in the student-created book as Writing Wrongs’ mission to raise awareness about social issues. Before submitting this form, please read the information for interviewees. After submitting the form, you should receive an automated email response. Please check your spam or junk email folder. If our email was directed there, mark it as “not spam” to ensure that we can reach you by email.

If you have experienced microaggressions and/or other forms of racism, your story may include that, since Writing Wrongs’ mission is to raise awareness about these social issues. However, your story will not focus solely on the trauma you’ve experienced but will include other aspects of your life.

Submit the form below to schedule an interview with one of our journalists for Saturday, September 4 or Sunday, September 5. Please note that the interview dates take place on Labor Day weekend 2021. Interviewees must be able to travel to Bethlehem, PA for an in-person interview.

All students and advisors at the Writing Wrongs On Location program have provided verification of COVID-19 vaccination and will be masked. The group will be following the CDC recommendations regarding virus protection.

Download the information for interviewees.


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