Mothers Out Front Narrative Workshop

Public narrative is the art of sharing stories that communicate lived experience and values through emotions to inspire others to take action. Attendees develop their stories about why they are involved, or why they want to be involved, with Mothers Out Front. We will then develop the story of what we are called to do together to protect our children's future in the face of climate change. Sharing stories is an essential practice of organizing and movement building. Stories are the fuel that inspire us and others to act.

Date: Sunday, March 1, 2015
Time: 1:00pm - 5:30pm
Place: Rochester. We'll e-mail you this info when you RSVP!
Who: mothers, grandmothers, caregivers, and their friends concerned about climate change
Cost: free. donations to offset cost of childcare and refreshments welcome, but not required.
Contact person: Neely Kelley. neely.kelley@mothersoutfront.org

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