Stories For Freedom


Wed, Jun 26, 2024    
7:00 pm-9:00 pm


Senate Garage
4 North Front St., KINGSTON, NY, 12401

Event Type

Stories for Freedom has gathered ten storytellers, who have been cultivating practices of liberation within their work and lives, to join a TMI Project true storytelling workshop to craft their stories of love, resistance, and growth; stories that can be used to further their work and serve as a blueprint for radical generations to come.

By crafting radically true stories, Stories for Freedom amplifies the voices of artists, activists, and artivists to inspire identification and belonging in audience members, and challenge all of us to take bold action in the disruption of systemic oppression.

The cohort includes people selected from an international call, hailing from our hometown of Kingston, as well as across the US, and as far off as South Africa.

Stories for Freedom pays specific homage to the practices of liberation that have emerged from Black and Indigenous communities. For centuries, Black and Indigenous communities have created templates for other marginalized groups to take action to resist oppression. This program aims to acknowledge and celebrate these roots.

COST: Free! (donations and sponsorships are welcomed and appreciated)
RSVP: Required for in-person and live stream registration