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Anne K. Ream presents "New Rules for Radicals" at the Clinton Presidential Center.
Watch the video: The Voices and Faces Project debuts “New Rules for Radicals” at the Clinton Presidential Center.
In March, The Voices and Faces Project was invited to the Clinton Presidential Center to speak about our work and our storytelling vision. The address organizational founder Anne K. Ream delivered — "New Rules for Radicals: How Storytellers, Opinion Shapers and Subversives Are Changing the Movement to End Gender-based Violence" — provides an in-depth look at why we believe testimony is so critical to social justice movements, while introducing the audience to a global community of gender-justice activists.
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The Voices & Faces Project | Workshop Series
Go,Girl: Collaborating with Art Works for Change to reach a teen audience with our writing program.
Katie Feifer is  a 'Marketing the Movement' workshop leader.
As part of our ongoing partnership with Art Works for Change, The Voices and Faces Project recently brought a truncated edition of "The Stories We Tell," our testimonial writing program, to Girls Inc. in Oakland, CA. Our goal? To challenge area girls, ages 14 - 17, to "think differently" about the power and purpose of their stories, using spoken word, poetry and protest art to express themselves and their beliefs. Special thanks to Randy Rosenberg for being the heart and soul of this project. And a huge shout out to our brilliant girls! To find out more about "The Stories We Tell" testimonial writing workshop, email
The Voices & Faces Project | Lived Through This
Meaningful Voices, and a moving book conversation. Join us on May 18th.
Gifty and Joy
Lived Through This: Listening to the Stories of Sexual Violence Survivors, now available in paperback, is an official selection of The Meaningful Voices Book Club, a national online book group that engages leaders and laypeople from communities of faith in conversation about books of relevance. Join author Anne K. Ream, along with prosecutor Roger Canaff, who is profiled in the book, for this online book club.
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Find out more about giving the gift of change by donating to our workshop scholarship fund. Every $500 raised provides a full two-day scholarship for a survivor waiting to take part in our program.
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