Stories of Motherhood in the Time of Covid with Sharing our Story & Hello Neighbor
June 26 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT
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Sharing Our Story was born of a love for story – and a deep knowing of its power to bring people together in meaningful connection.
Sharing Our Story works with people to create their own digital stories in the form of short 3 minute videos. Participants tell their story in their own words, using their voice and images of their choice. The culminating videos form a basis of public discussion and seek to create personal empathy and understanding.
“Stories of Motherhood” is the fourth project celebrating its completion at City of Asylum. The videos and digital stories shared are from refugee and US-born mothers whose lives and families were impacted by the pandemic. Participating mothers are connected to the Hello Neighbor Network.
The afternoon program features videos screenings of the digital stories and a lively discussion with storytellers.
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