Below are listed some media programs from other sources on the topic of storytelling and social change. If you have other media you’d like us to know about, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Story of Self,” by the New Organizing Institute (42 minutes). Originally adapted from the work of Marshall Ganz of Harvard University. Marshall Ganz’s “Public Narrative” framework combines a story of self, a story of us, and a story of now. By telling a “story of self” you can communicate the values that move you to lead.
“Story of Us and Now,” by the New Organizing Institute (39 minutes). Originally adapted from the work of Marshall Ganz of Harvard University. By telling a “story of us” you can communicate values that can inspire others to act together by identifying with each other, not only with you. By telling a “story of now” you can communicate an urgent challenge we are called upon to face, the hope that we can face it, and choices we must make to act.
“Values vs. Strategy,” by Marshall Ganz (4 minutes). Marshall Ganz from the Harvard Kennedy School speaks to the New Organizing Institute Boot Camp 2009 about how our personal narratives and motivation tie us together more than specific political issues.