Storytelling for Change by Melton Fellows.
Global Advocate Program Manager of Mama Hope, Katie Hale, talks about questioning the single story narrative of poverty that emphasizes differences and scarcity.
It’s just another Monday in a quiet Berlin suburb. A middle-aged man jumps out of his car and runs over to the sidewalk, where a 15-year-old boy is walking with some friends back home from school ...
Senior year, many say, is the best and the worst time of their high school career. For me it was the time of pressure, standardized testing, college letters and, worst of all: prom. (No, I’m kidding – prom was awesome!) But there’s something in this list that never in my wildest dreams I would have imagined would happen to me, and that was traveling to the Middle East.
Sometimes, you’re lucky enough to find a lot of inspiring people all together in a place, and you know what? I’m a lucky person, because I had the amazing opportunity to met Rehia, a pretty young lady who wants to take action in order to make this world better for herself and her little brother.
Claudia takes us on a train ride and shares her personal story. This story is part of the StoryTelling project, initiated by Melton Fellows to share short stories about people and their personal situations.
StoryTelling is a project initiated by Melton Fellows to share short stories about people and their personal situations. “Yule” is the story of a young boy in Baiji, a mountain village in China.
StoryTelling is a project initiated by Melton Fellows to share short stories about people and their personal situations. The story is about an ecounter between a Melton Fellow and a man who works in the cardboard recycling business.