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How do you See me? A Poem

Editor’s Note: Gwen Butler is the 1st Vice President of the NASW-NYC Chapter.  She presented us with this poem at the 2012 Board of Directors Retreat, which resonated deeply for everyone in the room.  We wanted to use our blog … Continue reading

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Getting to Know You: A Poem

Editor’s Note: We are happy to share with our readers yet another poem in celebration of Social Work Month by NASW-NYC member, Alicia Fry.  To learn about how you or your agency can celebrate the wonderful work you do this … Continue reading

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A Social Worker on the Profession/Vocation: A Poem

Editor’s Note: We are happy to share with our readers yet another poem in celebration of Social Work Month by NASW-NYC member, Francis Lora.  To learn about how you or your agency can celebrate the wonderful work you do this … Continue reading

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The Power Of Social Work: A Poem

Editor’s Note: March is Social Work Month and we wanted to kick it off with a poem by NASW-NYC Member, Rolanda Pyle.  If you would like to submit something for social work month, be it something personal or work-related, please … Continue reading

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