Narrative Strategy Training
CJA Member Center for Story-based Strategy, a national movement-building organization, trained other CJA members in the skills of storytelling and social change strategy for our current context.

The training provided CJA members with comprehensive frameworks to create more holistic social change narratives, while integrating messaging and storytelling with solid grassroots organizing and effective campaigning for climate justice.

Story-based strategy is a participatory approach that links movement building with an analysis of narrative power and places storytelling at the center of social change.

Four CJA Fellows, who are joining our team for 2020, were also part of the training: Youth Articulation Organizing Fellow Inkza Angeles, based in San Francisco with People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Justice (PODER), Just Transition Policy & Curriculum Fellow Moñeka De Oro, based in Guam with the Micronesia Climate Change Alliance, Digital Organizing Fellow Kristen Jeré, based in Chicago, IL with the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO), and Frontline Solutions Storytelling Fellow Keenan Rhodes, based in Indianapolis, IN with the Kheprw Institute.
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