#Poetry

  • Article: US Names First Native American Woman Poet Laureate
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    US Names First Native American Woman Poet Laureate

    June 20, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The job of US poet laureate is raising national appreciation of reading and writing poetry. Read more

  • Article: This Amazing Teacher Is Helping Her Refugee Students Shape Their Own Stories Through Poetry
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    This Amazing Teacher Is Helping Her Refugee Students Shape Their Own Stories Through Poetry

    By Imogen Calderwood|June 20, 2019

    Global Citizen meets Kate Clanchy, from an Oxford school where pupils speak over 30 languages. Read more

  • Article: The Feminist Message Behind Lorde's Grammys Dress That You Probably Missed
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    The Feminist Message Behind Lorde's Grammys Dress That You Probably Missed

    By Andrew McMaster|Jan. 29, 2018

    “Only dire circumstance can precipitate the overthrow of the oppressor.” Read more

  • Feature: Amid Myanmar’s Brutal Conflicts and Struggle for Freedom, Poetry Offers Hope
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    Amid Myanmar’s Brutal Conflicts and Struggle for Freedom, Poetry Offers Hope

    By Daniele Selby|Jan. 11, 2018

    Poetry is a critical art form in the country. Documentary “Burma Storybook” shows its changing role. Read more

  • Article: Meet the East-London Poet Literally Taking His Mental Health Activism Into Space
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    Meet the East-London Poet Literally Taking His Mental Health Activism Into Space

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Jan. 5, 2018

    First he set a world record for the biggest ever mental health lesson — and now he’s mates with NASA Read more

  • Article: This Syrian Refugee Just Won a Top UK Poetry Prize — And She’s Only 13
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    This Syrian Refugee Just Won a Top UK Poetry Prize — And She’s Only 13

    By Daniele Selby|Oct. 4, 2017

    She’s only been speaking English for a year. Read more

  • Article: Rupi Kaur’s work is teaching the world about the journey of growth, one poem at a time
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    Rupi Kaur’s work is teaching the world about the journey of growth, one poem at a time

    By Gina Darnaud |Feb. 14, 2016

    Words are powerful when paired with peace. Read more

  • Article: The world’s largest African poetry archive is coming to an Internet near you
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    The world’s largest African poetry archive is coming to an Internet near you

    Aug. 31, 2015|TakePart

    With work from over 350 poets across 24 countries, the project hopes to elevate the African voice. Read more