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Voices for Change by Benjamin Zephaniah and various poets

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Voices for Change by Benjamin Zephaniah and various poets - ebook

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Voices for Change, featuring Benjamin Zephaniah and Ian Macmillan, is a poetry anthology about the City of Sheffield. It arose from the It’s Our City! Initiative and from a successful campaign to halt the unnecessary destruction of the street trees that make Sheffield one of Europe’s greenest cities.


Voices for Change, featuring Benjamin Zephaniah, is a poetry anthology that grew out of a campaign based in the City of Sheffield in the UK. The people of Sheffield, concerned about decisions that were adversely affecting their environment, including the unnecessary destruction of thousands of the street trees that made Sheffield the greenest city in the country, created a community-led network called It’s Our City!

Out of this initiative, Voices for Change emerged, giving a platform for the city’s many poets to voice their love for and their commitment to their city.

With an introduction by Ian Macmillan, poet, journalist and broadcaster, and contributions from both professional and debut writers, the anthology was edited by Anne Barr, Suzannah Evans and Danuta Kot.

Voices for Change is dedicated to the memories of Mary Sarjeant and Ken Reah and comprises poems by: Benjamin Zephaniah, Rachel Bower, Alan Payne, Rony Robinson, Rob Macfarlane, Kate Rutter, Benoit, Betty Allsorts, Carl Douglas, Claire Brockman, Cora Greenhill, David Stead, Derek Agar, Andrew Senior, Jane Monach, Jenny Hockey, Jill Angood, Katharine Towers, Linda Goulden, Martin Parsons, Nicky Hallett, Veronica Fibisan, Ken Reah, Bronwen Barber, Jane Sharp, Paul Carnell, Charlotte Ansell, Rita Willow, Molly Meleady-Hanley, Joyce M Bullivant, Sally Goldsmith and Shirley Cameron.

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Author Benjamin Zephaniah and various

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