visions & voices

Social impact storytelling™ is about leveraging the power of storytelling to amplify work that contributes to our world. 

Our Community Portraits highlight the extraordinary work, visions, and voices of community members who inspire us.

"May our stories allow us to connect, heal, and transform." - Fatima Dainkeh, colleague


Living Your Whole Self

Our first feature is Julio César Román, who mentored our co-founder Tariana at the Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción community arts program in high school. Julio has now started his own venture, Micro Plant Studio, which uses gardening to unite communities.


Stories of Black Motherhood

Debuted on Mother's Day 2018, this story explores Black motherhood, as told by three mothers in Boston: Kim Parker, PhD; Josette Williams; and Tanya Nixon-Silberg.

By Fatima Dainkeh, MPH & EmVision


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