VS.: Confronting Modern Slavery in America is committed to addressing the issue of domestic human trafficking.
VS. publishes original content in several forms, and we have specific criteria for accepting outside submissions. Please see the guide below if you are interested in contributing to VS.
VS. Articles: These are original articles by knowledgeable thinkers in a range of fields. Articles can be anywhere from 1,000-2,000 words, and they must present a cohesive argument or analysis. To suggest a VS. article, please complete the “Contact Us” form at the right, and include an article abstract in the “Your Message” field. The VS. editorial board will review your abstract, and request a full-length article if we are interested in publishing your work.
Reader Letters: We invite knowledgeable members of the VS. community to share their responses to original VS. content. Letters should be no more than 500 words, and they may be edited for length or style by the VS. editorial team. To submit a reader letter, please complete the “Contact Us” form at the right, and include your letter in the “Your Message” field. VS. publishes only select reader letters.
VS. Resources Guide: If you know of a new or existing program or organization that would be a valuable addition to The VS. Resource Guide, we’d like to hear from you. Please note: All resources are carefully screened before they are included in The VS. Resource Guide.
VS. Video: The VS. editorial team regularly films interviews, roundtable, and panel discussions with individuals who have unique knowledge of or experience with confronting human trafficking. We do not solicit proposals for VS. video content.