This project has a great curriculum for gleaning and sharing stories, as well as a deep collection of stories people have already shared.
Here is a powerful project that is using a photovoice methodology to support interfaith learning.
Kyle Oliver has just successfully defended his dissertation in the program at Teachers College — and the whole thing is a set of podcast episodes! More on it, soon, but here’s a taste of it engaging the reality that all stories have conflict.
Yet another example of how stories can build empathy, this time from our nation’s newest Youth Poet Laureate, Alexandra Huỳnh.
A brief reflection on the psychology of storytelling offers insight.
The USDAC group, which is a collection of creative people who do justice work, held a webinar on digital storytelling in a crisis. In addition to the video of the event, they have also posted a collection of resources.
A “data story” is a practice of building a narrative around a set of data and its accompanying visualizations to help convey the meaning of that data in a powerful and compelling fashion. The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island has been working with a group called FaithX to put together a data story that draws on …
Facing a climate crisis, the Reciprocity Project “embraces Indigenous value systems that have bolstered communities since the beginning of time. To heal, we must recognize that we are in relationship with Earth, a place that was in balance for millennia. This short film series and multimedia platform, made in partnership with Indigenous storytellers and their …
I’m not a big fan of the notion of “experts” — but I do think there is such a thing as expertise, and this blog post offers a round-up of a number of storytelling resources for nonprofits. Read with a critical eye!
The New Zealand government has a programme aimed at increasing understanding of the past by exploring Treaty settlements and their enduring impact. The stories are powerful and such a profound way to go about doing this.