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Life after: Human trafficking The extraordinary story of Eric Ngalle Charles, who survived human trafficking, worked as a stripper in Russia, and is now a lauded poet Lifestyle Perspective Society
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The poet helping young people of colour explore their identity through verse British-Nigerian poet, Theresa Lola, on the magic of poetry and how it helps people explore who they really are Arts Culture Politics Positive People
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Poetry in the pandemic: project aims to engage young people in creative writing Young people in south-east London are being encouraged to write poetry to help them through the coronavirus crisis Arts Culture Society Wellbeing Youth
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Back to basics: five old-school pleasures that are enjoying a revival From reading poetry to cracking out the vinyl, our pick of five classic pastimes that appear to be making a comeback Lifestyle
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‘Through poetry, I show there is more to my city than murder and trafficking’ ‘People think my neighbourhood is a place only of homicide and trafficking. I use poetry to show them otherwise,’ says poet Evanilson Alves,... Arts Opinion Society World
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Project aims to preserve dying languages through poetry The National Poetry Library is collecting poems written in endangered languages to help preserve them for future generations Arts Culture Lifestyle
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