1. Movements Have Narratives

    “Movements have narratives. They tell stories, because they are not just about rearranging economics and politics. They also rearrange meaning. And they are not just about redistributing the goods. They’re about figuring out what is good.” – Marshall Ganz

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  2. Story is like gravity

    “Humans are storytelling animals. We thrill to an astonishing multitude of fictions on pages, on stages, and on screens: murder stories, sex stories, war stories, conspiracy stories, true stories and false. We are, as a species, addicted to story. But the addiction runs deeper than we think. We can walk...

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  3. When We Fight We Win

    “What do immigration raids and police brutality have in common? They’ve both sparked growing social movements demanding justice. Those linkages are examined in the new book, “When We Fight, We Win!: Twenty-First Century Social Movements and the Activists That Are Transforming Our World.” – Democracy Now Check out the book...

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  4. Great Leaders Tell Stories

    “No one ever became a great leader without first becoming a great communicator. Great leaders connect with people on an emotional level every time they speak. Their words inspire others to achieve more than they ever thought possible.” – Travis Bradberry of Entrepreneur Magazine Read full article.

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  5. Data Scientists and Storytelling

    “Data scientists want to believe that data has all the answers. But the most important part of our job is qualitative: asking questions, creating directives from our data, and telling its story.” Full Harvard Business Magazine article

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