Digital Storytelling for Social Change: Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Beyond
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 7:00:00 PM UTC - 8:30:00 PM UTC
Research shows that sharing and listening to real people’s real stories can improve individual health and well being, educate and mobilize communities, inspire people to take action for change, and influence progressive policymaking. Since the early 1990s, StoryCenter has been exploring how first-person storytelling and participatory media practices can support domestic violence prevention education and advocacy. In this one-hour introductory webinar, StoryCenter staff member Amy Hill will discuss the theoretical underpinnings, methods, and impacts of their domestic violence work and create space for questions and discussion about what resources and capacities are necessary for organizations interested in developing storytelling efforts for Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
This session is brought to you by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.
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