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The Sankofa Vibe League is looking for individuals who are passionate about educating, inspire, and empower people through written words. If this is you don't hesitate. Sign up.
Topics To Blog On
  • Current News in the Black Community: social justice issues, racism, etc....
  • Education: African/Black culture, history, etc.
  • Leadership & Community Building: afro hair advocacy, recap on natural hair events, etc.
  • Lifestyle: faith, spirituality, life, relationships, inspiration, etc.
  • Black Entertainment and Fashion
Guidelines and Criteria
* Bloggers must not be afraid to get controversial and should expect criticism from readers. Abusive and trolling comments from readers will be deleted.
* Bloggers must write in English. Do not worry about translation. Our website has a translation feature that allows individuals from more than 200 countries translate our content into their language.
* Grammar must be satisfactory. Our editorial team have the right to edit your posts. If you do not want your post to be edited, make sure your grammar is good.
* The Sankofa Vibe League takes pride in providing academic or sound information. Therefore, all educational content must contain sources/citations. Failure to do so can result in your blog not being posted.
* The Sankofa Vibe League respect all faiths. Bloggers who blog on spiritual matters are prohibited from writing posts that disrespect or bash other faiths.
* Bloggers are allowed to publish their posts. If we need to edit your post due to grammar errors, your post will be put on draft status until we are done editing your post.
* Make sure you tags/label your post with one of our tags which can be found on the far right of the writting template. If you forget to tag your post we will determine what tag fits best.
Application Process
Our editorial team developed a quick online sign-up application. If you are interested in blogging for us fill it out. Bloggers will be notified immediately and added to our authors list once approved.
Please Note: You are blogging for FREE. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE MONETARY COMPENSATION for your services. In return if you have a business or personal blog, we will freely promote either or on our Facebook page which has more than 10,000 likes. Advertisement begins after your first post with the SVL.
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