Boston Review’s 2022-23 Black Voices in the Public Sphere Fellowship

Boston Review is now accepting applications for the Black Voices in the Public Sphere Fellowship 2022-23, designed to prepare and support the next generation of Black journalists, editors, and publishers.

The program is designed to provide aspiring Black media professionals with training, mentorship, networking opportunities, and workshops. With the guidance of Boston Review editors and professional mentors, fellows will develop projects to be published online or in print. These projects will take different forms depending on fellows’ interests—from writing a series of columns to curating a series of essays, designing forums, moderating live debates, and facilitating interviews.”

Apply to Boston Review’s program that prepares and supports the next generation of Black journalists, editors, and publishers.

Details:

The fellowship is full-time, from September 2022 through May 2023. Fellows will receive a $5,000 monthly stipend.

The stipend does not come with benefits and fellows are responsible for their taxes.

Applications are now being accepted via Submittable and are due March 30, 2022. A decision will be made in April.

The fellowship advisory board for the Black Voices in the Public Sphere Fellowship consists of four prevalent voices—Danielle Allen, Ann Marie Lipinski, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, and Brandon Terry.

To find out more about the advisory board, eligibility, as well as the link to apply for the fellowship, please click here.

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I teach Shakespeare and the blue humanities at St. John's in New York City.

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