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OUR NEWS

Making the Video: Behind the Scenes with Todd Street Productions and Community-Word Project

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Todd Street Productions and CWP recently collaborated on a video about the organization's mission and impact in NYC public schools. Take a look at the Behind-the-Scenes action. READ MORE

Teaching for Social Justice

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Today's classrooms teach for Social Injustice. CWP's Summer Institute met the challenge head on with an intense workshop focused on Not Teaching for Social Justice. READ MORE

Uptown Legends: Historia De Lo Nuestro

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3rd Graders in Ms. Estades's class at P.S.132 collaborated on a class poem about their neighborhood: We are Uptown! We are New York City! READ MORE
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16 years of IMPACT

  • 16,000+

    KIDS EDUCATED

    KIDS EDUCATED
  • INDIVIDUAL AND COLLABORATIVE STUDENT POEMS WRITTEN

    50,000+

    INDIVIDUAL AND COLLABORATIVE STUDENT POEMS WRITTEN

  • 3,200

    CLASSROOM TEACHERS + AFTER SCHOOL LEADERS TRAINED

    CLASSROOM TEACHERS + AFTER SCHOOL LEADERS TRAINED
  • TEACHING ARTISTS TRAINED

    700+

    TEACHING ARTISTS TRAINED

  • 150

    MURALS PAINTED

    MURALS PAINTED
  • TEACHING ARTISTS EMPLOYED

    70

    TEACHING ARTISTS EMPLOYED

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    Inspire lifelong learners by supporting arts education. Fundamentally change the lives of underserved kids.

  • Teach Teach

    Train and work as a teaching artist and expand your passion for literacy and the arts into underserved classrooms.

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    Volunteer, sponsor or partner with CWP! Join the dialog, attend an event, or let us tailor opportunities to participate.

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TESTIMONIALS

  • Alessandra Balzar

    ALESSANDRA BALZARBENEFIT CO-CHAIR, 2013

    Community-Word Project encourages literacy through the arts, helping kids with their education and sparking a life-long love of learning and the written word.

  • Megan Quitkin

    MEGAN QUITKINHARMAN FAMILY FNDN.

    CWP program beneficiaries--teachers, parents, young people--are empowered with literacy and leadership skills they will carry with them for years to come.

  • Lisette Giutierez

    LISETTE GIUTIEREZVOLUNTEER, BLACKROCK

    Luckily, my great-aunt nurtured my creativity. I infuse that passion into my volunteerism and my firm's grants help CWP kids explore their joy of expression.

  • Felipe Galindo

    FELIPE GALINDOTEACHING ARTIST

    CWP's poetry and murals projects let me work with kids of diverse backgrounds, ages and nationalities and share my passion for drawing and painting.

  • Micaela Blei

    MICAELA BLEITEACHING ARTIST TRAINEE

    It's clear CWP is about collaboration: trainees do tons of it! We also had sessions on job-hunting, classroom management and integrating art forms.

  • Chad Frisbie

    CHAD FRISBIETEACHING ARTIST

    With my students I return to the question, "What can poetry do?" I love how that forces me to rethink my craft while I teach the next generation of creative thinkers.

  • Lucy Friedman,

    LUCY FRIEDMAN,PRESIDENT, TASC

    CWP inspires kids to dream, create, and share. It gives them a voice filled with pride. I am hopeful that all kids not only become literate, but also enjoy literacy.

  • Terri Grey

    TERRI GREYPRINCIPAL, BHSWCA

    Our work with CWP helped with our Quality Review. It was used as evidence to prove we were doing what we said we were going to do.

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