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Timeless Tales

Timeless Tales is based on ancient stories that reflect humanity’s ongoing transformation. What paths have the Old Ones walked as they faced dilemmas that continue to challenge us today? Do they lend direction to our current journeys? Are we creating new endings with our bodies, hearts and souls? Join us, weaving discoveries from the past Read More…

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Storytelling Workshops………Providing Your “Missing Link”

Are you a team leader or a manager at work? Are you wishing for deeper connections at your place of worship, your book club, or your advocacy group? Storytelling may be the missing link…..the connector material that strengthens your community and unleashes your Group-Power. “Storytelling: ‘I Y’am What I Y’am!” is a new workshop at Read More…

“Walk of DREAMers” 2017

Here are poignant life stories from five DREAMers who grew up undocumented and persevered to build a meaningful and productive life. The special storytelling project was made possible with support from Cal Humanities, Survey Monkey, and the Acton Family Fund. It took place at the Midpen Media Center on April 23, 2017. The Full Event: Read More…

DREAMers share stories of triumph, loss, during intimate storytelling event

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/04/24/dreamers-share-stories-of-triumph-loss-during-intimate-storytelling-event/ April 25, 2017 by Tatiana Sanchez PALO ALTO — Ever Leon still grapples with the sense of loss. It was spring 2007. Leon, then a senior at Santa Clara University, had been offered a full ride to a prestigious graduate school in the Midwest. But the school rescinded Leon’s acceptance after he revealed he Read More…

You Never Know Where A Story Will Lead

“You never know where a story will lead.” says Elliot Margolies of the Midpen Media Center. In late June, Margolies teamed up with renowned Mexican American author Francisco Jimenez and six DREAMers to create an evening of stories at the Mitchell Park Community Center. DREAMers are those who came across the border as children with Read More…