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Images & Voices of Hope | November 27, 2020

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The State recognizes anniversary of Charleston church shooting with front-page poem

June 23, 2016 |

Charleston, South Carolina (via Flickr/Creative Commons)


By Erin Shaw Street

Erin is Lifestyle Editor at Birmingham, Alabama-based Big Communications, a full-service creative agency. Street, an ivoh core team member, previously served as Deputy Editor at Southern Living.




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Five media & art projects that take a nuanced approach to covering transgender stories

May 6, 2016 |

Brian, a Queer Rwandan in Canada is featured in Mikael Owunna’s Limit(less) project. Photo by and courtesy of Owunna. 




The recent “bathroom laws” debate has drawn renewed attention to transgender rights in mainstream media.

The debate provides media practitioners with an … Read More

Using poetry to make sense of the media world

September 11, 2014 |

Creative Commons photo by brewbooks.


By: Mallary Jean Tenore


ivoh community member Lee Anne McClymont, who attended our 2014 summit, says she often turns to poetry to sort out the media world.

This week, she sent us one … Read More

NPR celebrates National Poetry Month with tweetable poems

April 2, 2014 |

National Public Radio’s Tell Me More show kicked off National Poetry Month on Tuesday with its annual Muses and Metaphor feature.

All month long, listeners can tweet poems to the show using the hashtag #TMMPoetry. Tell Me More host Michel Martin will … Read More

3 minutes for mom: Big truth of absurd little gift

May 16, 2013 |

Really wish I’d spotted this before Mother’s Day, but in the spirit of Billy Collins’ poem, guessing that being a few days late won’t matter so much. I think you’ll enjoy this.

Care to share your version of the Collins … Read More