Journalism In Verse

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Murmuration

By Megan Merchant. Empathy for the caravan of migrants as they travel north in search of refuge. …

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Numbers

By Anya Josephs. A descendant of Armenian and Jewish genocides breaks the silence on that which numbers alone cannot speak. …

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Navigation

By Penelope Moffet. We all navigate familiar routes. Whether we survive them is too often a matter of geopolitical privilege. …

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The Blood We Share

By Esther Good. As children are separated from families at the U.S. border, a poet maps the edges of complacency. …

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Middle East

Dareen Tatour

By Joseph M. Gerace. After Dareen Tatour's conviction for inciting violence, is the only Israeli platform for Palestinian poetry in the courtroom? …

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Africa

What is Civil in a War?

By Success Akpojotor. The Biafran Civil War is far from forgotten. As Nigeria's president tries to reframe history, a state rebels. …

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Americas

Fuego, As Seen From Antigua

By Lauren Camp. Revisiting memories of Antigua, Guatemala in the wake of Sunday's volcanic eruption, which has claimed 65 lives so far. …

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