On September 14, 2019, Our Climate Voices and Loam will be organizing Community Call-In: Storytelling to Reimagine & Regenerate in San Francisco at The Ruby SF as part of a nationwide project to inspire creative climate storytelling and impactful climate action.
This immersive event will comprise an afternoon workshop on ethical storytelling guided by Kailea Frederick of Earth Is ‘Ohana and Aletta Brady of Our Climate Voices as well as an evening story share illuminating the work of urban geographer Teju Adisa-Farrar and photojournalist Michael Estrada of Brown Environmentalist.
In the face of staggering social injustice and climate chaos, cultivating resilience in ourselves and in our communities is a necessary skill. We hope that Community Call-In: Storytelling to Reimagine & Regenerate will connect you with the skills, in-person community, and stories to be an agent for change.
It is crucially important that anyone who wants to attend the workshop can so we are opening a sponsorship program to support a young person, or someone from a front line community attend the workshop.
Scholarships to this experience are available! Reach out to Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.