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This workshop is free, and is open to teachers/community educators who work with all grade levels
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Jon Riccio interviews the author of If We Had a Lemon We’d Throw It and Call That the Sun

Learn more about how to engage with us this Fall

An Interview with Amie Whittemore
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2021 Poetry & Prose Writing Challenge for Incarcerated Writers
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Young poets and thinkers are increasingly interested in ecology, the environment, and climate change
A pale hand holds a sign that says, "Climate justice now." Photo by Markus Spiske.
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We are thrilled to continue our initiatives and pivot to new endeavors
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Poetry Centers at Kent State and UArizona Invite Everyone to Share Their Voices

Art For Justice

See the work from leading poets as part of this project that seeks to confront racial inequities within the criminal justice system to promote social justice and change.