Ley-Lonni Woodruff

6/28/2021

EPIC

Ley-Lonni Woodruff earned first place in the Youth Voice Writing Contest poetry division for her piece, EPIC.

Youth Voice Writing Contest Winner Hannah Hamm

6/28/2021

Twisted Fairytale

Hannah Hamm earned first place in the Youth Voice Writing Contest essay division for her piece, Twisted Fairytale.

6/28/2021

A Car Is Not a Home

Madison Follett is the second-place finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest for her poem, "A Car Is Not a Home."

"Things That Matter are Hard," by Laila-Rose Hudson, is the second-place finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest, essay division.

6/28/2021

Things That Matter Are Hard

Student and writer Laila-Rose Hudson finds inspiration from her personal mantra, "Things that matter are hard." She's the second-place finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest.

Youth Voice Writing Contest finalist Samantha Villajin writes about the strength she found in community after experiencing childhood trauma.

6/24/2021

Power in Numbers

Youth Voice Writing Contest finalist Samantha Villajin writes about the strength she found in community after experiencing childhood trauma.

6/24/2021

I Was Just the Foster Daughter

A finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest, poetry division, writes about her experience of sexual assault while in foster care.

6/22/2021

Inspiration is All

Inspiration can be an opportunity that pops up in your life, leading you toward a wonderful path like it did for writer Esmeralda Camberos. She's a finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest, essay division.

"Home" by Nileh Irsan, is a finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest, poetry division.

6/22/2021

Home

"Home" by Nileh Irsan, is a finalist in the Youth Voice Writing Contest, poetry division.

Ley-Lonni Woodruff

6/21/2021

Inspiration Through Insecurity

While some synonymize insecurity with terms like weakness, deficit, hardship and detriment, writer Ley-Lonni Woodruff connects insecurity to inspiration.