Write Washington Post Opinion Editorial

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Why Should I Take Action?

Speak up in support of religious freedom. The Washington Post “welcomes submissions of opinion articles on any topic for publication in print and online” and frequently publishes on the topic of religious freedom. If you have a good article about religious freedom, you should consider submitting it.



Action Description:

“Submissions must be exclusive to us and can be of any length, though they are unlikely to be accepted if they are longer than 750 words. We do not consider articles sent to other publications or posted online, including on a personal blog, nor do we consider anonymous or pseudonymous submissions.

We consider only completed articles and do not provide guidance on ideas or proposals. Countless factors affect whether an opinion article is suitable for publication in the newspaper or online, including space constraints, timeliness and relevance. You need not possess any special expertise to have your article considered for publication, though if you do, please elaborate.

We do our best to read all submissions promptly and will contact you within one week if we are interested in publishing your article. If you do not hear from us in a week, it is safe to assume we will not be able to use your article.”



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Action Type: Write Editorial   Action Objective: Advocacy and Education

Hosting Organization: Washington Post  

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