CALLING ALL VOICES
In 2015, the United Nations world leaders agreed to the 17 Global Goals (Sustainable Development Goals).
Five years later, we have more work than ever to do.
We’re accepting articles that feature a unique perspective on social advocacy and highlight the importance of financial empowerment, financial wellness, or your own personal relationship with money.
In honor of Women’s History Month let’s strive to make financial advice and literacy accessible to ordinary people. Through this platform, we can focus on macro trends, institutionalized norms, and how overall community could benefit from change. We aim to contextualize the individual gain of involving oneself in finances, such as stocks, bonds, etc. We encourage all submissions to engage in a conversation that tackles behavioral finance.
In your writing, please answer the question:
How can one’s individual identity (Race, Cultural Identity, Familial Background, Mental Health, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Sexual Identity, etc) impact their relationship with money?
The top 3 papers will be shared across our platforms, including Instagram, our website, and our
Your World, Your Money podcast.
In April, the "winner" will share their thoughts via our podcast and reap the benefits of leading a crucial conversation in a bubbly atmosphere via a multifaceted, educational, and creative platform.
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May 12th, 11:59 PM:
Paper submissions close
May 20th, 2021:
Top 3 papers announced on our podcast!
Ideas to get you started
Gender, Sexuality, & Finance
Women's history Month x History of Women's Financial Literacy
Heteronormative Ways of Managing Money
WNBA vs. NBA salary disparity
Women's Soccer Teams
Student Debt, Social Costs, & Institutional Barriers
Navigating Talk About Money in Relationships
Maneuvering Mental & Financial Health as BIPOC
Capitalism Through the Lens of History & Disparity
Capitalism & Mass Incarceration
Influencer Industry: Growth Impact on Society, Communities, & Industry
Money & The Creative World
Environmental Advocacy & Finance