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A Childhood Remembered

Photo credit: Luis Pabon

Dirty Toys

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This spoken word piece, Dirty Toys by Luis Pabon, explores the oftentimes blighted development of childhood sufferers of adverse childhood experiences.

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Social worker/poet Jane Seskin shares unique ways she survives the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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Social worker Rosita Mazzi writes on life as a social worker in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Read more

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When the Sky Is Falling, a poem of resilience and hope, by social worker Jane Seskin. Read more

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The School to Prison Pipeline

by Wendy G. Turner

Art is a powerful means of expression. These three art pieces by social work educator Wendy Turner address issues of racism, homophobia, and sexism. Read more

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The University of Iowa National Poetry Contest for Social Workers is accepting poem submissions between October 1, 2019, and January 31, 2020. The top 3 poems will receive cash prizes and will be published in The New Social Worker magazine. Read more

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Keep On Walking - a poem by social worker Amy Stage. Read more

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

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

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

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

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