04 October 2010

Editor Needed for The Daily Femme

Post date: 04 October 2010
The Daily Femme www.thedailyfemme.com which features news about women and interviews of women is looking for an editor who can edit 1 interview and 10-12 short form blog posts a week. There will be a stipend for the work which we of course hope will grow to more in the future.

A bit about the site: Despite their achievements in the workplace and as leaders in their respective fields, women continue to be significantly underrepresented in the news media as experts and leading voices of authority on important issues. The Daily Femme features news about women and interviews of professional women at different stages of their career paths and from a variety of backgrounds and experiences in order to provide perspectives that are often missing in mainstream media. The Daily Femme Researchers, educators, artists, writers, philanthropists and activists helping women access leadership positions, fighting gender discrimination, racism, sexual harassment, homophobia and violence against women, addressing sexism in the media, or advocating for reproductive rights, the women interviewed as well as the bloggers on this site are all committed to gender equality in the US and around the world. By giving their voices an outlet of expression, The Daily Femme seeks to offer both information and inspiration. We have interviewed women from the CEO of Planned Parenthood to award winning musicians, journalists and artists. The site has also been featured in sites including NPR.org, Ms. Magazine, Feministing and The Frisky. We are a group of 7 women writers around the country and the position by no means need to be based in one location.

If interested please send a little about your background, a sample of your work, contact number and a good time for us to get back to you.

E-mail gigs-qfuwz-1978452879@craigslist.org

More information here.
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