Help organizations communicate better and thereby build stronger movements for peace, justice, and equality.
Paul VanDeCarr is a freelance writer, editor, and writing trainer for United Nations organizations and other leading groups. Previously, he was managing director of Working Narratives, and wrote that organization’s guide on “Storytelling and Social Change.” Ever since his Echoing Green Fellowship, he has continued to use storytelling for social justice, working in such forms as theater (for playwright and actress Anna Deavere Smith) and oral history (the Columbia Center for Oral History). He has master’s degrees from the Divinity School and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He can be found online at www.paulvdc.com. Paul is a 1995 Echoing Green Fellow.
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