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ivoh explores and defines restorative narrative

August 20, 2013 |

Nailing down the attributes of hazy concepts is never easy, and the early going of ivoh’s exploration of “restorative narrative” was no exception.

Maybe that’s why the room came alive when journalism professor and ivoh board member Jon Funabiki … Read More

Hard truths and painful inspiration:
Restorative narrative after Boston

July 11, 2013 |

Earlier this week, ivoh founder Judy Rodgers sent a note to the organization’s Core Team with a link to a video presented on the New York Times website.

The video tells the story of Marathon bombing … Read More

From Politico’s Roger Simon: A counterintuitive look at what makes a country great

July 4, 2013 |

Interviews with losing contestants in the Miss America Pageant is not your usual Fourth of July media fare. But I hope you’ll find in Roger’s Simon’s column — presented originally on this day in 1976 and re-published every July Fourth since … Read More

Free webinar explores heart & power of photography

June 3, 2013 |

If you’re interested in refining your photographic skills and sensibilities as tools for provoking social change, this free webinar produced by PhotoWings and AshokaU is for you.

The welcome by PhotoWings President and Founder Suzie Katz will give you a sense … Read More

Media roles shifting in natural disasters

May 21, 2013 |

As the tools of creating and consuming media find their way into more and more hands, the question for journalists in the face of violent disasters is tilting from “What can we tell?” to “What can we do?”

Among the … Read More

3 minutes for mom: Big truth of absurd little gift

May 16, 2013 |

Really wish I’d spotted this before Mother’s Day, but in the spirit of Billy Collins’ poem, guessing that being a few days late won’t matter so much. I think you’ll enjoy this.

Care to share your version of the Collins … Read More

Love & forgiveness in business school curriculum

May 16, 2013 |

The Fetzer Institute posts a 38 minute video of faculty from the University of Notre Dame discussing the role of love and forgiveness in corporate life. You can watch it here.

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Dance as restorative narrative after bombings

May 16, 2013 |

Marking the one month anniversary of the Marathon bombings, dancers from Boston’s Paulist Center performed at the site of the first explosion. “We wanted to offer a blessing at the spot, Christine Monterio, the Center’s liturgical dance minister told the … Read More

How does silence shape your media work?

May 4, 2013 |

As a journalist, my best use of silence has probably happened in interviews, as in knowing when to shut up and listen — and resisting the urge to fill uncomfortable silences. At least in my experience, it’s almost always rewarding … Read More

What should guide handling of Marathon bomber?

April 29, 2013 |

Among the interesting things about Margaret Benefiel’s provocative post is how practical it is. As her discussion of Desmond Tutu’s application of restorative justice in the Truth & Reconciliation Commission process illustrates, next steps guided by love turned out to … Read More