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Recalibrating and Reconnecting

January 29, 2018 |

As you know, ivoh’s Board of trustees and I are dedicated to empowering you, as strengths-based media (SBM) practitioners, with the tools you need to create media that connects, uplifts, and activates. With that goal guiding us, we spent our annual retreat weekend … Read More

Donate to ivoh’s Restorative Narrative crowdfunding campaign

December 1, 2015 |

By Mallary Jean Tenore

 

Ever feel like you’re brought down by stories in the media? It’s an all-too-common common feeling. Between the recent attacks in Paris and Lebanon, school shootings, racial tensions, and migrant movements, there are plenty of traumatic and … Read More

The case for Restorative Narrative: a strength-based storytelling genre that can improve media coverage

November 13, 2015 |

A snapshot from ivoh’s 2015 Restorative Narrative Summit.

This story was originally published in Kosmos Journal on October 17, 2015. 

 

 

The phrase ‘future of journalism’ is often uttered in media circles these days—and understandably so. Everyone wants … Read More

Apply to be an ivoh Restorative Narrative Fellow

October 12, 2015 |

Images & Voices of Hope is now accepting applications for the second iteration of its Restorative Narrative Fellowship.

ivoh’s fellowship is an extension of the organization’s work around Restorative Narrative — a genre of stories that … Read More

Highlights from ivoh’s first Restorative Narrative Fellowship

August 19, 2015 |

For the past two years, Images & Voices of Hope has studied a storytelling genre that we call Restorative Narrative — stories that show how people and communities are making a meaningful progression from despair to resilience.

Restorative … Read More

How ivoh’s Restorative Narrative Fellowship restored a reporter’s faith in storytelling

June 19, 2015 |

From left: Fellow Alex Tizon, fellow Jake Harper, story coach Jacqui Banaszynski, fellow Elissa Yancey, fellow Ben Montgomery, ivoh founding director Judy Rodgers, ivoh managing director Mallary Tenore, ivoh project and event coordinator Vanessa Rhinesmith, and … Read More

University of Oregon professor receives grant to study Restorative Narrative

March 19, 2015 |

Nicole Dahmen will spend this year studying Restorative Narrative.

 

 

 

We are excited to announce that University of Oregon professor Nicole Dahmen has received a grant to study Restorative Narrative — a term that Images & Voices of … Read More

Fellows meet at University of Missouri to explore Restorative Narrative genre

February 4, 2015 |

From left: Fellow Alex Tizon, fellow Jake Harper, story coach Jacqui Banaszynski, fellow Elissa Yancey, fellow Ben Montgomery, ivoh founding director Judy Rodgers, ivoh managing director Mallary Tenore, ivoh project and event coordinator Vanessa Rhinesmith, and fellow Rochelle Riley. 

 

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‘The Lost Bones’ explores how one resilient woman brought closure to grieving families

January 7, 2015 |

University of South Florida forensic anthropologist Erin Kimmerle | Tampa Bay Times photo by Edmund Fountain | Used with permission

 

 

Tampa Bay Times reporter Ben Montgomery has spent six years reporting on child abuse at the Arthur G. Dozier … Read More

Grateful for our donors’ generosity this holiday season

January 1, 2015 |

Dear Friends:

Thank you to each and every one of you who donated to ivoh’s crowdfunding campaign and helped spread the word about it. We ended up raising $17,396! ($9,560 came from online donations; the rest came from checks).

We were … Read More