For some, telling your story will be easy; for others, it will take amazing courage. If you are uncomfortable with the writing process or would like some help collecting your thoughts, please just let me know and I will be happy to assist you in telling your story.
Before submitting any content to The White Shield Project, please read the “Submission Guidelines” below.
Email all submissions (including but not limited to stories, photos, creative writing, etc.) that you wish to be considered for inclusion in The White Shield Project to email@example.com.
#1 Submission Rule: All content submitted MUST be true, and MUST be yours.
By submitting content (including but not limited to stories, photos, creative writing, photos, etc.) to The White Shield Project, you represent that you have the legal, moral, and ethical right to submit this content and that you give The White Shield Project the right to reprint the submitted content on the Internet, via e-mail, and in other print form without limitations, except those specified in writing by you at the time of initial submission.
- Include your submission in the body of your email.
- Photos should be submitted as .jpeg or .png files.
- All submissions are subject editing for language, grammar, and space.
- DO NOT submit any material you do not have the legal or ethical right to submit.
- No fee or any other compensation is offered for contributions to The White Shield Project.
Respect for privacy is crucial to the success of this project. Society’s attitude toward unwed mothers has seen many “changes in tone” over the decades, and thus some may wish to share their story and yet remain anonymous. Contributors who submit their work via email to firstname.lastname@example.org must indicate, in writing, any restrictions they wish to impose on identifying information to be included with those contributions.
Information and/or “Comments” placed on The White Shield Project blog/website is not confidential. Any content that you choose to put publicly on this site will be available through Internet search engines, and email addresses that you post can be gathered by spammers. Do not post your email address on The White Shield Project blog pages or other public location unless you are comfortable receiving increased amounts of spam.