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2016 Restorative Narrative Fellowship

ivoh fellow’s screening sparks dialogue around important issues facing Miami

March 24, 2017 |

Left photo: From left, Sanjeev Chatterjee, Rosalind Merritt, Moses Shumow, and Meredith Porte. Photo provided courtesy of Porte. Right photo: screening panel. Photo by Rosalind Merritt.

 

 

 

More than 100 people gathered Tuesday evening for a screening of Moses Shumow’s … Read More

Join us for a Restorative Narrative film screening in Miami

March 9, 2017 |

A still from  “Liberty Square: Power, History, and Race in Miami.” Courtesy of Moses Shumow. 

 

 

 

Later this month, the University of Miami will host a screening of Moses Shumow’s documentary, “Liberty Square: Power, History, and Race in Miami,. … Read More

ivoh highlights from 2016

December 29, 2016 |

From Flint to race-related violence to Aleppo, 2016 has been a year of heartbreaking news. If we’ve learned anything at all from 2016, it’s that in the aftermath of disaster, people must learn to fall together in order to experience … Read More

2016 ivoh fellow Heidi Shin explores the reality of being an asylum seeker in the U.S.

November 4, 2016 |

Editor’s note: ivoh fellow Heidi Shin produced this story with the support of the Images and Voices of Hope’s Restorative Narrative Fellowship. The story was originally published on PRI’s The World on October 18, 2016 and is being republished PRI’s with permission.

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ivoh fellow Moses Shumow screens ‘Liberty Square: Power, History, and Race in Miami’

October 27, 2016 |

A still from  “Liberty Square: Power, History, and Race in Miami.” Courtesy of Moses Shumow. 

 

 

Since becoming a Restorative Narrative fellow last winter, Moses Shumow, digital media faculty in the School of Communication and Journalism at Florida International University, … Read More

ivoh fellow Heidi Shin on why a young Liberian refugee, educated in America, chooses to move back ‘home’

July 20, 2016 |

Jefferson Krua fled Liberia as a refugee at age 5, and eventually settled in Boston, MA. Recently, he’s moved back to Liberia to help with re-building the country’s infrastructure.

 

Editor’s note: ivoh fellow, Heidi Shin produced this story with the … Read More

ivoh fellow Christa Hillstrom shares how a Lakota Martial Arts teacher helps Native women recover their strength

July 13, 2016 |

Patty and Dereck Stonefish, the founders of Arming Sisters/Reawakening Warriors. Photo by Dan Koeck.

 

Editor’s note: This story was originally produced and published by YES! Magazine on June, 28 2016. It is being republished here with permission from YES! Magazine. This story was produced … Read More

Meet Moses Shumow: ivoh fellow capturing untold stories in Liberty City, Miami

May 27, 2016 |

Image from forthcoming book, “Fragmented Miami: News, neoliberalism, and contested urban space,” co-authored with Dr. Robert Gutsche. One chapter is on the digital infrastructure in Liberty City and the difficulties organizers face as they try to get more people online. Photos by Moses … Read More

11 guiding questions for media practitioners pursuing Restorative Narratives

May 17, 2016 |

Images & Voices of Hope’s Restorative Narrative Fellows with their coach Jacqui Banaszynski and ivoh’s Executive Director Mallary Tenore at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies.

 

 

Images & Voices of Hope’s Restorative Narrative Fellows met last weekend at The … Read More

Meet Christa Hillstrom, 2016 Restorative Narrative fellow and journalist learning about recovery from a joint-lock ninja in Fargo

April 27, 2016 |

After her husband was killed by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, Leonida (above) was tempted to bring her seven children to Manila with a man who offered her work. To protect families like this, female police officers from the Philippine police force’s … Read More