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ivoh | November 16, 2017

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2017 Restorative Narrative Fellowship

ivoh fellow Anna Claire Vollers shares how immigration changed Sand Mountain

August 21, 2017 |

David Uptain spent most of his 30-year career as an educator on Sand Mountain, in and around his hometown of Crossville, Ala. When immigration changed the landscape of his community, he worked to draw students of different backgrounds closer together. … Read More

ivoh fellow Jaeah Lee spends a year with a mother whose son died in a police shooting

August 9, 2017 |

All photos by Erica Deeman and croutesy of Jaeah Lee.

 

By Jaeah Lee

ivoh fellow Ally Karsyn shares her story on divorce, dating & being childfree by choice

August 3, 2017 |

Ally Karsyn. Photo credit: Jordan Edens Photography. 

 

Editor’s note:This story was produced as part of an Images & Voices of Hope Restorative Narrative Fellowship, which supports media practitioners who want to tell stories of resilience in communities around the U.S. and abroad. ivoh … Read More

How a domestic violence survivor and a Mexican immigrant found strength in Taekwondo

July 27, 2017 |

Jenny Bullington and Ines Cervantes tell their story live at Ode. The theme was “Stigmas: An ode to the power of opening up.”

Editor’s note:This story was produced as part of an Images & Voices of Hope Restorative Narrative Fellowship, which supports … Read More

After losing her veteran son to suicide, mother engages families through resources & dialogue

July 20, 2017 |

Lisa Naslund tells her story live at Ode. The theme was “Stigmas: An ode to the power of opening up.” Photo by Ally Karsyn. 

 

Editor’s note:This story was produced as part of an Images & Voices of Hope Restorative Narrative … Read More

Meet Liana Aghajanian: ivoh fellow examining the intersection of Native American sovereignty & science

June 20, 2017 |

Liana Aghajanian during her first year of the Write A House residency. The wall is decorated with paintings and illustrations related to her Armenian background, including an original typographic poster from the Ottoman Empire and Dr. Kevorkian, who is both a Metro Detroit … Read More

Meet Ally Karsyn: ivoh fellow and founder of live storytelling series Ode

May 23, 2017 |

Ally Karsyn shares her story, “At 27, reclaiming my life after divorce,” at Ode’s one-year anniversary show on February 3. The theme was “Be Moved: An ode to transitions and transformations.” All images courtesy of Ally Karsyn. 

 

In addition to … Read More

Meet Jaeah Lee: ivoh fellow covering police violence in America

May 3, 2017 |

Jaeah Lee outlining the story for her ivoh fellowship. All images courtesy of Lee.  

 

 

 

Jaeah Lee, one of ivoh’s six Restorative Narrative fellows, is a freelance journalist in San Francisco. In addition to being an ivoh fellow, … Read More

Meet Alice Driver: ivoh fellow capturing stories of migration across Mexico

April 26, 2017 |

Alice Driver directing the short documentary, “If Images Could Fill Our Empty Spaces” with photojournalist Julián Cardona in Juárez, Mexico in 2013. Photo by Cardona and courtesy of Driver. 

 

 

2017 ivoh Restorative Narrative fellow Dr. Alice Driver is a … Read More

ivoh’s Restorative Narrative Fellows meet for a weekend of training & dialogue

March 10, 2017 |

ivoh fellows and story coach Jacqui Banaszynski. 

 

 

 

Images & Voices of Hope’s 2017 Restorative Narrative Fellows met for the first time last weekend during a dialogue and training workshop at the University of Texas’ Belo Center for New … Read More