Mozart Guerrier is a social worker and poet from Philadelphia. He has community organized to solve social problems in cities, assisted families in finding safe and affordable housing, and served as a community engagement professional nationally. He’s been asked to feature and guest lecture at schools and cultural centers across the country, including, social innovation conferences at Brown University, MIT, the City of Syracuse Neighborhood Action Conference, the City of Corning, University of Rochester, Denver City School District, The New York State Fair, ABC and NBC television stations, and the nationally televised show, BETj Lyric Cafe. His work challenges and inspires. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Social worker/poet Mozart Guerrier gives a TedX talk on relationships, working as a peer counselor, and limitless love. He ends with a poem to his daughter, Ava's Forgiveness. more »
Social worker and poet Mozart Guerrier gives a TED talk on community change at TEDxSyracuseUniversity in April 2014. more »
This poem, City Love Poem by Mozart Guerrier, explores and expands on the gifts of the people who live in cities and how, through human resilience and social change, people are transforming how we live and serve. more »
A poem about Martin Luther King, Jr., by social worker Mozart Guerrier. more »