Participate in a Blogging While Brown Blog Carnival April- June

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Blogging While Brown Los Angeles

Blogging While Brown is more than a conference, it is a community. Part of our mission is to promote the work of members of the Blogging While Brown family. Each month leading up to the conference, we're hosting a blog carnival and a Twitter chat on a theme.  Some of your favorite Blogging While Brown family members are curating each carnival's theme and leading a Twitter Chat.

If you missed January and February, check out the hashtags #BWBFit and #BWBHistory!

You can create a new blog post specifically for the carnival or submit previously published material. Each carnival host has their own submission instructions. Read more about themes and submission criteria from each blog carnival host below:





Upcoming Blog Carnivals and Hosts

March - Change Makers hosted by Sarah Webb @SLWrites, Colorism Healing

For all you activist bloggers, the March blog carnival theme is “Change Makers.” If you blog with a social agenda, whether focused on the environment, family, race, education, health, or politics, this is your chance to share with us your vision for a better world. Show us how you are using the new media platform of blogging to continue a legacy of revolutionary work. You should submit posts that illustrate your message, mission, or methods as a blogger and “Change Maker.”

April - Brothers Who Blog hosted by Ella @ellalaverne, Best Blog Content

We all love Brothers Who Blog, and this April we get to celebrate the best in the blogging biz!  Join and the Brothers Who Blog Blogging While Brown April Blog Carnival by telling us about your favorite or most influential, or even your most controversial Brown Brother Blogger. Send your info and I'll hit you back with my master plan to get these guys some love and your blog some views.  Thanks!  

May - Top Blogging Tips hosted by Curls and Mo @curlsandmo

The May Blog Carnival Topic is Blog Tips. I am looking for blog posts that share information and suggestions on how to improve your blog and blogging better. This can include but is not limited to SEO, google authorship, blogging as a business, monetizing your blog, blog design, etc.

June #1 - National Caribbean American Heritage Month hosted by Alysia Christiani @racablog, Rewind and Come Again

This coming June Rewind And Come Again will be hosting a blog carnival to celebrate National Caribbean American Heritage month. We are looking for submissions that reflect the varied experiences of the Caribbean American community. Whether your are Caribbean born now living in the States or American born of Caribbean ancestry (living in the States or in another part of the world) or some next permutation of Caribbean American, we want to hear from you.  We are seeking submissions that speak about what your Caribbean heritage means to you and how it effects your life, good , bad, ugly or indifferent. 

June #2 - Dad Bloggers