Sarah L. Webb: Writer, Educator, Advocate

Greetings! I am Sarah—writer, educator, and advocate. (I’m also trying on the labels “activist scholar” and “public intellectual.”)

I’m currently a PhD student in English at Louisiana Statue University with concentrations in global ethnic literatures and literacies.

Other important work I’ve done includes teaching high school and college writing and literature courses; mentoring youth poets, performers, and writers; online media management for local TV stations; and freelance writing and blogging for small businesses and magazines.

In 2013 I launched a the site ColorismHealing.org dedicated to the issue of discrimination based on skin color and other features,

If you’re interested in discussing any of the above items, please feel free to contact me!


“Sarah’s contribution to DIG Magazine has been invaluable. When assigned a story idea, she was reliable, innovative and efficient. I could rest assured that she would return with a clean, engaging story that was turned well before deadline.”

—Jake Clapp, Entertainment Editor, Dig Magazine

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Blogging Samples

ProBlogger | SEO for Bloggers With Soul

For Harriet | Fair Skin at What Cost? The Toxic Effects of Skin Bleaching

Make a Living Writing | Finding an Audience with Facebook Ads

Write to Done | Write Like an Architect: Description by Design

Write Anything | Write What You Know and Don’t Know

Article Samples

I’ve Got Blues for You | The Slim Harpo Music Awards pay homage to an era of great music

Full Exposure | LASM exhbit explores the range of abstract photography

Singing on The Train | Students produce full-length, original musical  set on NYC subway

Historic Foundations | New art exhibit brings life to historic building

Walking in SOGO | Historic neighborhood unites to bring attention to local businesses