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The events of the past week hang heavily on our hearts. We are a nation mourning a staggering loss of life to COVID; we are a nation rocked by economic hardship and financial insecurity; we are convulsed by a troubling disunity, and now we are righteously enraged by the continuing loss of Black lives to Read More

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A Writing Marathon is the realization of writing as a “moveable feast,” blending writing, a community of writers, and a journey through “place.” This summer, when many of us are staying home, eight local writing projects are inviting you on a writers’ road trip through the NWP network’s Virtual Writing Marathon. You can travel the Read More

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Scholars, teachers, and activists working in together through networks such as #BlackLivesMatter and #educolor, have been working to create and update resources for educators to use both in their teaching, and perhaps more significantly, in their own journey toward anti-racism. Given that the majority of public school educators are white women, many of these will Read More

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By Beth Rimer In April of 2020, as the COVID19 virus closed schools and canceled face-to-face meetings, National Writing Projects Connecting the Network calls turned to the challenges ahead for local programming. Across several calls, teacher-leaders gathered to hear about each others’ plans for summer 2020. The resources on this page emerged from a subgroup Read More

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