Tag: writing workshop

Soul Practice, Not Soul Story

Join Soojin (CY Instructor) and Lynne Golodner, founder of One Earth Writing, and see how the sharing of stories can connect people in profound ways. During this two hour workshop, we will begin with a short and guided flow with Soojin followed by a writers workshop led by Lynne which will include discussion around a […]

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Who Are You Writers Workshop – Detroit Country Day Middle School

 On January 25, 2018, One Earth Writing CEO Lynne Golodner led 18 students from Detroit Country Day School’s Middle School in writing about their earliest memories. The conversation focused on finding clues from early in life to help teens focus on who they are and who they are meant to be. Can you identify your […]

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New writing program targets teens

Teen Ambassador Program

Detroit-Area Creative Writing Group Seeks Teen Ambassadors

Detroit-area creative writing group seeks teen ambassadors

Detroit-area creative writing group seeks teen ambassadors

One Earth Writing invites teens to apply for its 2017-2018 Ambassadors Program

One Earth Writing Invites Teens to Apply for 2017-2018 Ambassadors Program

Classroom Authors – A collection of writing from students at Hamtramck High School

One Earth Writing grew out of the desire to connect youth in that crucial time when they are carving out their identities, so that meeting peers from different races, religions, and socioeconomic origins becomes part of that identity imprint. Meeting someone across the table, pens in hand, notebooks open, brought together by a shared love […]

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Michigan Nonprofit Aims to Write a Brighter Future for Teens

Hamtramck High School: Putting words to music

What will be your legacy? One Earth Writing worked with 9th and 10th graders at Hamtramck High School this year, expanding students’ sense of identity individually and collectively through insightful writing workshops that explored the foundations of identity in the context of others in community around us. On March 28th, students wrote their own anthem/song. Songwriting is an […]

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Origin Story: Detroit

I grew up in Detroit, a beautiful place to be. A home where we all gathered to eat, sleep, and dream. Loud it was, kids in the streets Playing night and day; only pause for a brief. Spirits, we were told, will come to haunt So hurry, it’s after dark Clutching to our blankets, slowly […]

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Religious Diversity Journeys Program: Learning about Hindusim

Over 600 students participated in the Religious Diversity Journey’s program. The program aimed to promote a greater understanding, awareness and knowledge concerning the many religious throughout the metro-Detroit area. From November to April, students participated in six school-day field trips that focused on the differences and similarities among the many celebrated religions. The programs connected students […]

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I Am A Unicorn

I am a unicorn I am free I am real I am me I am a unicorn Some may doubt My being here But I am real And I am near To be a unicorn you must be pure No doubt or fear in your heart You must be sure To be a unicorn You […]

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One Earth Ambassadors: Session 5

The Notion of Revision Writing is a process of discovery, and you don’t always produce your best stuff when you first get started. So revision is a chance for you to look critically at what you have written to see: if it’s really worth saying, if it says what you wanted to say, and if […]

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Religious Diversity Journeys Program: Learning about Islam

When I say I am a Muslim. Over 600 students participated in the Religious Diversity Journey’s program. The program aimed to promote a greater understanding, awareness and knowledge concerning the many religious throughout the metro-Detroit area. From November to April, students participated in six school-day field trips that focused on the differences and similarities among the […]

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