Juneteenth Activation Project Submissions

In honor of Juneteenth, the College of Nursing invited all students, faculty and staff to engage in an activation project to address anti-racism through the Six-Word Story, which has grown in popularity as a form of narrative. This form of storytelling originated through a challenge to Ernest Hemingway, who created the first six-word story: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”

The purpose of the UF College of Nursing’s Six-Word Story submissions was to:

  • Start a conversation
  • Fight injustices
  • Share a personal experience
  • Commit to anti-racism

The College of Nursing’s six-word story was shared as an example: