I’m in need of some people who would like to make regular contributions (or one-time guest posts) to my community involvement blog. While I am not in the position to offer monetary compensation, that will change once we get more traffic to the blog and boost our readership so I can begin to monetize this blog.
Activism My Way is a blog dedicated to social activism, organization profiles, activist profiles, and information about how individuals can become more involved in their communities.
I’d love to have those who are passionate about various causes write about different facets of that cause – animal rights, women’s rights, civil rights, racial justice, economic justice, child health, education, disability rights, etc. If you’re involved in an organization – Habitat for Humanity, CARE, ACLU, BLM, etc. I would love to have you write about opportunities for people to get involved with your organization. If you are an activist, I’d really love to have you share your story. If you want to raise awareness about something going on in your community, please get in touch with me!
I’m passionate about getting people involved in their communities. I think it’s an important part of being a good citizen. I’ve worked with Stonewall Alliance of Chico, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics, Walk for Water, JB Dondolo, and many other organizations as a volunteer. I’m a firm believer that no matter who our leadership in the United States is, what makes the big difference in our lives is the people we come into contact with who are working hard to make the world a better place and to fight for social justice.
If you are interested in writing with me, please check out Activism My Way, and then shoot me an email at submit @ activismmyway (dot) com. Please tell me about your background, what you’d like to write about, and how often you would like to write about it.
I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Published by Ronda Bowen
Hello there, and welcome to my page! I have been working as a full-time freelance writer and editor since 2008 when I decided that while I rather enjoyed philosophy, the Ph.D. program I was in was not a good fit for my life goals. Since then, I have published many papers and articles, started two blogs, worked as a senior editor for a magazine, served on the board of a start-up non-profit organization, and walked across fire.
I strongly believe that it is important to work to make the world a better place – one project at a time. I’ve worked with Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program to construct living quarters for those in need, written content for Stonewall Alliance, and edited the newsletter for my local natural foods cooperative. One of the blogs I founded, Activism My Way is dedicated to helping people get involved with causes they feel passionate about.
Although my academic background is in philosophy and social and political theory, my heart has always been in writing fiction and poetry. I have a novel in progress, and I am working on putting together a collection of short stories to share with readers. I also worked as part of a creative team on a project with a hip hop artist that involved world-building and creating an amazing back story to a concept album. I have worked with several authors to edit their novels (as well as dissertations, children’s books, journal articles, and non-fiction projects).
Non-fiction topics I have written about include pop culture and philosophy, project management, business startups and management, insurance, technology, and much more. I also have created web content for a wide variety of clients (ranging from gas station owners to hotels to lawyers), and I’ve had an opportunity to interview some amazing people (Michele May, Kevin Sorbo, Barbara Taylor Bradford, and Mark Victor Hansen to name only a few). Needless to say, I love what I do.
I enjoy photography, and my subjects these days are usually my children as well as food, beverages, craft projects, and other such things for my blog, Wining Wife™. My favorite subjects are landscapes, nature (particularly clouds, flowers, and trees), and architecture.
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