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Narrative Power, Cultural Strategies, and New Civic Vision
A peer learning exchange about how stories, narrative and cultural power can help create a just and liberatory vision for the future
Arts & Democracy and Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts NY (NOCD-NY) presented the conversation Narrative Power, Cultural Strategies, and New Civic Vision livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Monday 12 April 2021 at 2 p.m. PDT (San Francisco, UTC -7) / 4 p.m. CDT (Chicago, UTC -5) / 5 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC -4).
“Stories are like stars...Stories can be connected together into narratives, like stars can be connected together into constellations, to make a deeper kind of sense and meaning...A culture, then, is like a galaxy.”
Join Arts & Democracy and Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts NY (NOCD-NY) for a peer learning exchange about how stories, narrative and cultural power can help create a just and liberatory vision for the future. Join us and connect with your peers from across the country and share your experiences!
We will discuss:
Community stories about public health, public safety, and sustainability
How narrative power shifts dominant narratives and advances racial justice
Cultural strategies that forge a collective consciousness for transformative change
New civic narratives that further belonging and participatory democracy
The infrastructure and ecosystems needed to support this work
The event will be moderated by amalia deloney (Board Chair, Arts & Democracy) with presentations by Roberto Bedoya (Cultural Affairs Manager, City of Oakland); Claudie Mabry (Program Consultant, NOCD-NY); Masoom Moitra (Director of the Green Light District, El Puente); Nayantara Sen (Director of Programs and Cultural Strategies for Real Food Real Stories and Senior Fellow at the Pop Culture Collaborative); Rashid Shabazz (Executive Director, Critical Minded); and Gwendolyn Wilson (Director of Senior Services, Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement).
It is important to us that the virtual event is accessible to all. To make a specific access request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that this online conversation will be recorded for our online web archives.
Artwork by Kate DeCiccio, via Amplifier.org
Stars and constellations quote from: Jeff Chang, Liz Manne, and Erin Potts, A Conversation about Cultural Strategy
About HowlRound TV
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