A good story has the power to change the world. The "public narrative" methodology trains organizers, activists, and community leaders to share their personal stories more effectively, in order to build a sense of community around shared values and experiences, and ultimately to move large numbers of people to action on an issue or cause.
Public narrative is a practice of leadership; it’s the why of organizing — the art of translating values into action through stories.
This skillshare is based on the methodology developed by Marshall Ganz who is best known for his work with the United Farmworkers and the Obama 2008 campaign.
At the end of this skillshare, you will have the basic tools to use story-telling into your organizing and campaigning work and an outline for a story that you can use to motivate others to take action with you for radical social change.
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Syracuse, NY 13210
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