“Voices Carry joined HCC students this semester reading and writing together !
Thank you Professor Vogel and all the students for hearing our voices.”
Chicopee Public Library
Tuesday, August 8th, 6:30pm
Voices Carry is a group of previously incarcerated women
who come to share their writing with the community
Voices Carry, poets and writers from Voices from Inside who read for the public, will be giving a reading in Greenfield on June 17.
Where: The Arts Block Ballroom in Greenfield, MA
(289 Main Street, Greenfield MA 01301)
When: June 17, 4–6 PM
This year, due to a change in rules, we can't fundraise through Valley Gives. This is a huge hit, as last year we raised several thousand dollars that way. Please consider donating if you're able, and help with a signal boost! Paypal button and address for checks below.
Checks, made out to Arise for Social Justice/VFI can be sent to:
Voices from Inside
P.O. Box 193
Greenfield, MA 01302
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
VFI IN THE News
VFI's Tara McNamara organized the "Breaking Free" poetry reading in Greenfield--read about it in this Greenfield Recorder story.
An excerpt from Voices Carry's performance at Forbes Library is available for viewing on Youtube, here.
VFI writer Daisy Diaz read a poem to open Hampshire Art Museum's exhibition "Made in America: Unfree Labor in an Age of Mass Incarceration." The exhibit runs through March 10. Check out photos in the February 7 post, to the left.
VFI writer Tara McNamara's poem "Dear Ex-Husband" is featured in the October 29, 2016, issue of the Write Angles Journal. See the poem on our Writing& Prompts page.
WWLP's Ashley Kohl interviews VFI board members about upcoming fundraisers for VFI, April 27, 2016.
From the Heart: VFI Poets interviewed in the Greenfield Recorder, February 12, 2016
Hampshire Gazette Reports on VFI Performance at Lander-Grinspoon Academy, February 7, 2016
Interview with VFI Poets on the Bill Newman Show, February 3, 2016
Loud and Clear: VFI at Holyoke Community College, November 18, 2015
Women Share Stories While in Jail, June 18, 2015