The Stories We Tell and Why They Matter

Refugee resettlement reveals countless compelling stories. In this session, author Ana Hebra Flaster unpacks some of her refugee journey from Cuba and her perspective on how stories contribute to advocacy and understanding.

Drawing from her experience directing refugee programs, Cheryl Hamilton shares how the stories we tell influence how people view each other and why we must be thoughtful in our choices. This is the first session in a series exploring the value of storytelling in welcoming communities.

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