Case study: Public Narrative / Rappaport Family Foundation
Learn about the “Public Narrative” practice of telling the stories of “self, us, and now” — the practice, developed by organizer Marshall Ganz, helps build power in movements for social change. The practice has been supported by the Rappaport Family Foundation.
This is one of ten case studies from the first edition of “Storytelling and Social Change” — all are now available on the online “magazine” version of our new guide.
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