"All Together Now Storied Sessions" Project Launched


By Alabama News Network

The Civil Rights Memorial Center and the Center for Digital Storytelling are working together to bridge the storytelling gap between generations in part of the "All Together Now" storied sessions project.

People from ages 19 to 95 shared stories about why they are passionate about civil and human rights, including the seamstress who replaced Rosa Parks after she was fired and two local women who remember the night President John F. Kennedy placed Montgomery under martial law.

The "All Together Now" project holds these storied sessions in cities across the nation, including: Washington D.C., Atlanta and Chicago.

The participants created short written and audio versions of their stories to be shared on the digital storytelling website at the digital storytelling portal on cow-bird.com.

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