Audre A. Arnett

Blogger / Creative Writer

United States

- 24 years old
- creative writer / storyteller
- bookworm
- Scooby-Doo enthusiast
- strong & dedicated belieber since '10


The DC Voice

The DC Voice
National Foster Care Month: Providing Support - The DC Voice

The month of May is designated as National Foster Care Month. To show appreciation and gratitude to foster parents across the country, a proclamation was issued in 1988 in recognition of National Foster Care Month. This year's theme is " Strengthening Minds. Uplifting Families."

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AAM: The Month of Acceptance and Awareness - The DC Voice

April is Autism Awareness Month. Since 2021, The Autistic Self Advocacy Network has made April Autism Acceptance Month by stating that acceptance of autism as a natural condition in the human experience is necessary for real dialogue to occur. During this month, it isn't just important to spread awareness for people who have autism.

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SAAM: How to Recognize & Support Survivors - The DC Voice

The month of April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and a time to reflect on this important issue and understand how we can recognize and support survivors. To begin, we need to define sexual assault. Sexual assault is when one person imposes or forces unwanted sexual behavior on another.

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The Modern Day Woman & Her Fight for Equity - The DC Voice

For a variety of reasons, women have historically been underpaid and treated differently in the workplace. The disparity between men and women cannot be justified by any of these reasons. Considering that men perceive women to be the weaker sex may explain why women are not paid the same as men.

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Women of Color in Powerful Positions - The DC Voice

In our society, women of color are often hired for positions because employers must demonstrate diversity throughout their organization. For a company to succeed, employees and clients of all backgrounds must feel welcomed to gain support or raise funds. Many companies feel pressured to express their support or opposition by making statements.

The Just Girl Project

Just Girl Project
How to (Successfully) Return to College After Dropping Out

College is not an easy journey...for anyone. People don't go to college for many reasons, but finances are one of the most common barriers. In July 2020, 39 million Americans dropped out of college. While taking a break (or leaving) is a difficult decision for many college students, it is sometimes necessary to deal with difficult life circumstances.

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How to Combat Financial Anxiety

Money is a major stressor in most people's lives. It's no wonder: the amount of cash in the bank can make or break your life, from healthcare, to rent and more. Some even say the world revolves around money. In some cases, this may be true.

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How I Overcame My Anxiety & People-Pleasing

40 million Americans experience anxiety, one of the most common mental health conditions. Diagnosed with anxiety myself, I often struggle to find effective coping strategies. Throughout my personal journey, I discovered some essential tips for achieving and maintaining your mental health. In tenth grade, I realized I had social anxiety.