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Jade Lloyd

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Take time out and watch the current of social work's tide. A poetry entry in the Self-Care Summer series. more

Self-Care Summer

"Addiction," by April Gardner, is the 3rd place practitioner winner in The New Social Worker's 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

"Dreamers," by Daniel Magos, is the 2nd place winner in the practitioner category in The New Social Worker's 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

"Perspectives," by Rich H. Kenney, Jr., is the 1st place winner in The New Social Worker's 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest, practitioner category. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

"It's Your Choice To Hate" by Jasmine Nelson is 3rd place winner in The New Social Worker's 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest, student category. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

"A Transformation of Identity" by Michaela Cook won 2nd place in The New Social Worker's 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest, student category. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

"Second Chance" by Mackaulley Parada is the 1st place winner in The New Social Worker's 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest, student category. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Reverse Poetry Contest, hosted by The New Social Worker® magazine, in collaboration with Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

I am not like other 19-year-olds. I never had much of a childhood. Back in Africa, I didn't go to school. There are possibilities here. In social work school. At Chadron State College. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

Greg Gross writes the fourth entry in his Our Clients/Our Selves poetry series. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

A poem, Clients, by social worker Rich Kenney, Jr. more

Creative Work

Write a poem for a chance to win cash and publication on The New Social Worker website. Contest is a collaboration between The New Social Worker and Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work. Enter by January 16, 2018 more

Social Work Month Project 2017

The one in the chair, waiting in a hospital room, often feels invisible, unseen. more

Creative Work 4 Comments

Crossing the Line - a poem by social worker Rich H. Kenney, Jr., on recess, stigma, and finding common ground. more

Creative Work

Social Work - a poem on love, hope, change, and the power to do good in the world. more

Creative Work

We should be furious all the time as social workers. more

Creative Work 1 Comments

Absent - poetry by Rich H. Kenney, Jr., MSSW more

Creative Work

Why be a social worker? A poem by Monique Smith, MSW student at the University of Texas at Arlington. more

Social Work Month Project 2017

Our Clients/ Ourselves III - You are Under Arrest - Trace/ Truse/ Ruse/ Use/ Us – e - a poem by Gregory Gross, MSW. more

Social Work Month Project 2017

Social Work in Our Paradise - a poem by Ionut Cioarta of Bucharest, Romania more

Social Work Month Project 2017

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