Posts tagged with: True Story Theater

Whether you are in a loving relationship(s) with someone of the same or another gender, someone much older or younger, someone of a different race, ethnicity, or religion, or someone whom our society has marginalized for whatever reason, in this...
Build skills to address implicit and explicit racism and bias in our everyday lives. Courageous Conversations and True Story Theater present a comprehensive Active Bystander Training free of cost to interested participants in the greater Boston area. The 3-hour workshop...
On Thursday evening, December 1, approximately sixty people participated in the Winchester Multicultural Network’s program entitled “Now What? Building Community After the Elections.” This program, led by True Story theater, was a workshop on how to have productive dialogues across...
Join us for our Workshop, “Now What? Building Community After the Elections” for people who have differing perspectives and opinions. Learn practical skills using story-telling, role play and small group discussions, to build understanding, empathy and rapport to engage in important, bridge-building...
On the evening of October 18—the night before the third Presidential debate and a couple of weeks before the general election—over 50 people gathered at the Griffin Museum of Photography for the Winchester Multicultural Network’s program, “Signs on My Neighbor’s...