// Category: Events
Back in June, I moderated a panel at Alight, Align, Arise, the inaugural conference on reparations hosted by Decolonizing Wealth. The panel focused on the narrative history of reparations, a history that began well before the end of the Civil War as keynote speaker and author Ta-Nehisi Coates discussed during his opening night fireside chat…
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.
A recent investigation by partners at Spitfire Strategies explores traditional and emergent research methods used to determine openings and trends in narrative change. We are excited to share recent findings of interviews and exploration into narrative research methodologies.
Narrative tech: What is it? What do we have? What do we need? And why does it matter? Takeaways from the Start Making Sense convening in September, 2019.
“Building a Bigger We: Narrative Change in the Digital Age” (Sep 6, 2019) is a conversation about organizing, technology, and how conversations are shaped today.
Collaborative gatherings can be powerful solutions in a time that demands a bigger, more powerful we. Here are three lessons for your next big event.
Organizers, storytellers, artists and technologists from North America and Europe gathered for three days to talk about Meeting the Populist Moment. The convening was part of a longer process of exploring how the global rise of populism is rupturing traditional political systems and opportunities for shifting deep narratives on race, the economy, the role of government and more.