// Posts by Narrative Initiative
Audience identification and communication are essential to narrative change projects. Here we dig into finding and reaching an audience for op-eds.
Sundance Film Festival starts next week, January 20th, 2022, with incredible storytelling on tap. Here are five films we’ll be watching.
On February 24, 2021, we gathered a group of activists, healers and storytellers to speak with us about creating collective power from this long period of national and global grief.
Feminist narratives are powering some of the most important movements of the 21st century by turning anger to joy, creating care in spaces of insecurity, and looking to the future.
Rinku Sen succeeds founding Executive Director Jee Kim to help the social sector harness the power of narrative to make progress towards a more equitable and socially just world.
Waves is both a simple illustration and a model that unpacks the complex relationship between values, narratives and stories.
Constructing Gravity is a series of Narrative Initiative articles sharing resources, tools and opportunities for reflecting on how to create, deploy, measure and improve narrative change.
This is a moment when deep narratives are breaking down and being rebuilt. Here are four ideas for approaching narrative strategy now so that together we may weave together an equitable, healthy and just fabric – one strong enough to hold all of us.
It’s a time of transition at Narrative Initiative. Here’s an update from Jee Kim and the Narrative Initiative advisory board.
Deep narratives are built upon deep connections between people. Narrative is a thing (and narrative change is a practice). Deep narrative change needs deep values. Narrative Initiative exists to catalyze durable narrative change so we may make equity and justice common sense. We do that by connecting people and organizations, amplifying promising methods and novel…