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New Places/ Strange Faces: 100k Poets for Change Project. • Poetry Write In

Change is difficult. Have you ever been in a new place for the first time? Come write poetry about new surroundings, being welcomed, fears about acceptance, or exploring unfamiliar places. Come be a part of a world-wide poetry movement… This program is part of over 700 events in 550 cities and 95 countries as poets focus on poetry as a way to promote serious social, environmental, and political change. This program is part of the Greensboro Public Library's "One City, One Book" Project and  United Arts Council’s 17 Days Arts & Culture Festival in Greensboro NC

September 28 at 10 am at Central Library
When:[masked]am-11:30am Where: Central Library, 219 N Church St Greensboro, NC 27401

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  • Rosalyn

    Thanks so much Tracy. I got a lot out of it as well.

    1 · October 1, 2013

  • Tracey N.

    Thanks to Rosalyn for leading our small group on the topic of New Places/Strange Faces. I have some great material now, thanks to the discussions and her prompts. Rosalyn, you kept us on track and writing! Wanted to do a shout out to you, you make a great facilitator. It was a friendly group and a beautiful location. Thanks Beth Sheffield for the snacks and watering us camels.

    1 · September 30, 2013

  • Jean R.

    I remember coming back to a place I once lived, that was like a strange new place: first grade in Arkansas, then to Hawaii, then back to finish third grade in Arkansas. My school friends were no longer my friends. Have you experienced that sort of changing experience?

    1 · July 1, 2013

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