digital storytelling - getting our stories on the map
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George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling, Storytelling & Activism Symposium 2015
Getting our stories on the map
pic from Arizona or of throwing away stories
Sister Judy Donovan, Industrial Areas Foundation
It becomes public, it makes something new.
Garner and Ferguson #BlackLivesMatter Protest, Seattle Photo by Scott Lum
Targeted audiences, Clear purposes, Concrete actions
Social Change Storytelling
Stories as Constructed Objects
Happenings become experiences when they are digested, when they are reflected on,related to general patterns, and synthesized. Saul Alinsky (1971)
Stories as Codes Problem Posing What is happening in
Why is it happening?
How can we relate to it?
What can we do
Peer Education Voter Education
I see that if I dont vote, then other people are going to keep on making decisions for me. This gives me a chance to have a say in whos going to be making those decisions.Participant in Better Questions, Better Decisions Workshop
Stories as Bridges
Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Cape Verdean Youth from Dorchester, Massachusetts
Mapping Our Voices for Equity
New Storytellers New Leaders
Uninsured Population, Palm Beach County
Contextualizing Data with Stories
Contextualizing Stories with Data
View the StoryHub
Telling Our Lives Digitally
Springfield, MA WGBY/Project TOLD
Stories as Tools for Change
It (stories) can even teach, conserve memory, or alter the past. Jerome Bruner, Acts of Meaning, 1990
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