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Behind every gender-related violence statistic, there is deeply human story. We brought twelve of them to the Clinton Presidential Center.

At The Voices and Faces Project we believe that a story can change everything. Opening hearts. Altering minds. Challenging us to do more to alleviate the suffering caused by gender-related violence in the US, and beyond our borders.

Voices and Faces Project founder Anne K. Ream's 2014 Clinton Presidential Center Lecture was all about storytelling and social change. Now available as part of the Clinton Speakers Series Video Library, Anne's talk is an overview of her multi-year, multi-country journey spent listening to survivors, an introduction to 12 extraordinary women and men who shared their stories with The Voices and Faces Project, and a primer on how survivors of gender-related violence are using their testimonies to create political change.

Watch the Clinton Center video of Anne's full talk, which features the photography of Patricia Evans.

Clinton School of Public Service

About the Clinton School Speakers Series:
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.

Conversation, celebration & you: Join The Voices and Faces Project and Sanctuary for Families for a February 10th NYC event.

Patricia Evans' and Anne K. Ream's critically-praised first book, Lived Through This: Listening to the Stories of Sexual Violence Survivors, recently entered its second printing — and we're celebrating with our allies in NYC! Join The Voices and Faces Project and Sanctuary for Families for a reception and author conversation moderated by ally Lauren Hersh.

For details and to RSVP click here.

Have fun + do good: 100% of the night's book sales will support The Voices and Faces Project's NYC "Stories We Tell" writing workshop scholarship fund.

Lived Through This Book Party
Tuesday, February 10th
6:30 p.m.
Brooklyn, NY

Be the change: Bring "The Stories We Tell" to your region in 2015.
During "The Stories We Tell," The Voices and Faces Project's two-day testimonial writing workshop for survivors of gender-related violence, workshop participants read and discuss history's most compelling and world-changing testimonial writing, while taking part in a series of innovative real-time writing exercises. Led by novelist R. Clifton Spargo and workshop facilitator Anne K. Ream, "The Stories We Tell" is a first of its kind program for those seeking to create change through the power of their testimonies.

Our 2015 workshop schedule will be announced in February - stay tuned!
To find out more about bringing the workshop to your region, email
Lived Through This
Donate $100 or more to our Voices and Faces Project writing workshop scholarship fund before 1/31/2015 to receive a signed edition of Lived Through This: Listening to the Stories of Sexual Violence Survivors.

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