Submit a post to the Erase Racism Carnival

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

Tereza’s wonderful blog, White Anti-Racist Parent, is hosting the June issue of Erase Racism Carnival.

The Erase Racism Carnival is a collection of blog posts dedicated to creating a world free of racism. The Carnival is published around the 20th of every month.

You can check out the current issue, hosted by Angry Black Woman, here.

It is now time to send in your submissions! All, not just white anti-racist parents, are welcome to submit work. To submit a post written by you or someone else, go here and click on “submit your blog article to this carnival”. Along with the URL of the article, be sure to include your name and email. You can also send Tereza your submission at warpblog at gmail dot com.

This is a traveling carnival. The idea is to get more people blogging and/or reading about creating a world free of racism. More info about the carnival and how you can become a host can be found here.

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