Purvi Poets

Forewording Beauty

Poetry as Change/Change as Poetry

Purvi Shah poet and anti-violence advocate

Making moves for change

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From a young age, I had a passion for questions. For exploring the tense magics of our world. Why such things as inequity and injustice exist. Perhaps these questions arose because I came to the U.S. as an immigrant or because I have grown up amongst a world of women.

Whatever the genesis, I continue the quest for transformation & justice through two primary vehicles: advocacy for social justice and as a media advocate & writer, predominantly of poetry and posts.

I now have a 20-year track record promoting initiatives that further equity, safety, and opportunities for underserved communities — especially via coalition-building to drive change from diverse constituents. In my community change work, I served as the Executive Director of an anti-violence organization and made possible holistic services, innovative films, and concrete language access policy change. In recent years, I have kindled beauty & change through the civil rights community-based poetry project, Together We Are New York: Asian Americans Remember and Re-Vision 9/11, and through public poetry performances at anti-violence gatherings. I also have an award-winning book of poetry, Terrain Tracks, and I am currently working on collaborations with visual artist Anjali Deshmukh.

My quest for poetry as change and change as poetry continues. I hope you too will take part in the miracle.

Find more about my work for social justice & to end violence and make our world one we desire here.

Find more about my prize-winning book and where you can get it.

Come to a reading or performance.

Explore poems.

Dig deeper into ruminations on poetry and change.

See what others have to say about my work.

And don’t leave without hearing remarkable women’s voices.

Follow me @PurviPoets.

Thank you for forewording beauty!