"I want to write to ________ [audience] to tell them ________ [message]. This is so that _________ [purpose]. My written work aims to do this given that __________ [context]. I think this would appeal to Multimedia Library readers because __________. Here's an outline depicting the topics I plan on covering..."
I want to write to minority groups. I'd be writing to tell them about three effective ways I've found to handle microaggressions when I perceive them to be directed at me. This is so that those in minority groups can have more specific ways to bridge the gap of care, with greater clarity and greater know-how for handling those situations.
My written work aims to do this given that I notice an increasing trend of many people looking for ways to handle microaggressions, and there's not as many sources that look at this issue from an NVC perspective.
I think this would appeal to Multimedia Library readers because readers who find themselves in those situations can come away with feeling more equipped to handle a situation that may not seem so straightforward to them. My hope is that they experience some clearer ideas that align with the NVC perspective that they value so much. These are ideas that I think would bring them greater ease and empowerment -- especially in those situations where they might feel confused and hopeless.
Here's an outline depicting the topics I plan on covering:
Currently, we're particularly interested with populating our Multimedia Library with written works that introduce readers to NVC or those that are foundational to understanding NVC. Especially written works that bust myths of the components of NVC (eg. Needs vs Neediness).
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