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Imagine the ability to listen to women's stories as you walk throughout the city. This Happened Here is a place-based public awareness campaign designed to document audio stories of violence and resistance. A strong and graphic logo sign indicates wh

Imagine the ability to listen to women's stories as you walk throughout the city. This Happened Here is a place-based public awareness campaign designed to document audio stories of violence and resistance. A strong and graphic logo sign indicates wh

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Natasha commented on This Happened Here: Updated 4/29

Thanks Wekesa! Keep me posted if you ever want to collaborate on a prototype:)

Great idea, I'm wondering if you could use some of the storytelling approach Ayla details in her proposal, https://openideo.com/challenge/womens-safety/refinement/make-our-voices-resonate, as part of the business skills training.

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Natasha commented on Make Our Voices Resonate

Thanks for adding me to your team Ayla! I'm excited about the potential of this topic and can see the model fitting into so many areas. I have a question for you and for the larger Openideo community relating to the documenting and sharing of these stories. I know that you are already beginning to think about how to use video and/or audio so that the storytellers can share a copy of finished piece. I'm wondering what systems can be developed to create a story repository--what is already out there that we can build on? How can these stories inspire others to act? Have you talked to any local media outlets about sharing these stories via radio, etc? How can we keep technology simple, but make sure voices get heard?