Slauson Girl is an award winning writer and journalist from South Central, Los Angeles.
While in my undergrad at Humboldt State University, I wrote for the campus newspaper three semesters and was also the opinion editor. Slauson Girl was my byline when I produced a weekly column for the newspaper entitled, “Slauson Girl Speaks.” My column won 1st-place in the Society of Professional Journalists multi-region competition.
My goal is to broaden the perspective around inner city girls through my branding and writings. Slauson Girl represents the “ghetto girl” in inner cities across America who are left out of mainstream discussion. I hope to make Slauson Girl a trusted source for independent news and media as well as using Slauson Girl as a tool for representation for marginalized voices and disenfranchised communities.
“If you are silent about your pain they will kill you and say you enjoyed it.”- Zora Neale Hurston