Story Bank

Search our catalogue of strengths-based stories and find examples of reporting and narrative told through the lens of assets, gifts and possibilities. Narrow your search further to see examples of Restorative Narratives which tell deeper stories of people experiencing adversity and tapping into their resilience and potential to cope and grow.

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  • All
  • Advertising
  • Art
  • Art + Design
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Christian Science Monitor
  • Community Engagement
  • Community Narratives
  • Creative Writing
  • Culture + Community
  • Diversity
  • Documentary Film
  • Dove
  • Environment
  • Film
  • Gaming
  • Gun Violence
  • Health + Health Care
  • Immigration
  • Indigenous People
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Inequality
  • International Journalism
  • International News
  • ivoh community
  • Jane McGonigal
  • Journalism
  • LGBTQ
  • Local Media
  • Media
  • Miami
  • National Geographic
  • NPR
  • Photography
  • Photojournalism
  • Politics
  • Poverty
  • Public Radio
  • Race
  • Recovery + Resilience
  • Reframing
  • Relationships
  • Religion
  • Remembrance
  • Restorative Narrative Fellowship
  • Restorative Narratives
  • Social Media
  • Strategic Communications
  • Strengths-Based Media
  • Substance Use Disorder
  • Syria
  • Trauma
  • TV News
  • Video Games
  • Violence
  • Women's Rights
  • Youth
Media

How columnist Connie Schultz uses Facebook as a tool for dialogue & engagement

The Columbia Journalism Review featured an interesting story this week about how syndicated columnist Connie Schultz uses Facebook as both ...
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Journalism

#THISisJournalism social media campaign curates emerging forms of storytelling

The image of a fedora wearing, pen chewing, notebook carrying journalist of yore is no longer what comes to mind ...
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Immigration

How New Canadian Media is giving voice to immigrants’ untold stories

The 2015 U.K. general election was well underway, and across the pond in Canada, George Abraham couldn’t help but observe ...
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Film

ONWARD storytelling project aims to advance the dialogue on immigration

Not too long ago, I helped out a friend who was running for local political office and went to a ...
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Journalism

How a long-running TV show strengthened the Finnish-American community

It was 1962, and Carl Pellonpaa was just starting as host of the community TV show, “Finland Calling.” He and ...
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Strengths-based Media

Trauma, resiliency, and recovery in the classroom

The “Covering Traumatic Events” course that Katherine Reed teaches at the Missouri School of Journalism is not required, though she ...
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Culture + Community

How Billy Penn is building community through local news coverage

It was a sense of idealism that put Chris Krewson on the road back to the city he’d always hoped ...
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Art

How Cleveland’s once-fragile arts sector is shaping the city’s future

A decade ago, Cleveland Public Theatre’s audience had dwindled by half and the organization was sitting on a $450,000 deficit. Today, it’s ...
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