The Florida Timeline

Check out the Florida Timeline, a resource mapping state historical policy decisions in Tax Policy and Criminal (In)justice. From Florida’s earliest days, policymakers designed policies that targeted Floridians with the least legal and economic power – often Black Floridians. The timeline allows us to learn about and reckon with our past as we look to […]

Join us for a conversation with Angela Peoples and Connie Razza

  Thursday, December 15th I 3-4:15pm EST REGISTER TODAY!   Imagine a future in which American identity is untethered from white supremacy — neither white supremacist nor centered around resisting white supremacy. Without forgetting the lessons of our past, this American identity would create space for a fundamental reconstitution of the story of America to […]

October Meeting: Democracy and the Will of the People

  Join us for our next Narrative Learning Community Meeting: Democracy and the Will of the People October 27, 2022  *  3-4:15pm ET | 12-1:15pm PT   Register Today!   With the midterms upon us, the stakes are undeniably high. This past year, state legislative sessions have been witness to a slew of election interference […]

Heather McGhee: The Sum of Us Podcast

Heather McGhee has launched a podcast on the heels of her incredible book: The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. Taking a road trip across Covid-era America, McGhee explores stories of “solidarity and hope in a time of great division and peril for our democracy.” Listen to the […]

NEA: An example of social math

Try your hand at social math. Data and facts, especially when they’re complicated, can prevent our core messages from breaking through. Social math can help – it’s a  practice that uses easy to visualize comparisons to make large numbers comprehensible and compelling. Here’s an example from the NEA:

Frameworks Institute: How do other fields think about narrative? Lessons for narrative change practitioners

This report offers eight lessons about narrative—provided by luminaries in marketing and advertising, entertainment media/narrative arts, psychoanalysis, and technology—which can be applied to enrich narrative change work.   Access the Report