Over the years, Survivors’ Truths has completed a number of projects and worked with a variety of organizations to help groups affected by violence and discrimination share their stories for social change. Here is a sample:
We provide technical support to the staff of CHLA's Center for TransYouth Health and Wellness.
We helped CSH develop their Speak Up! program to bring the voices of people affected by homelessness into conversations about addressing the housing crisis in our city, State, and across the country.
We provided strength-based storytelling training to Program and fundraising staff of the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County.
Our Past Projects
The Survivors' Truths Liberia Ebola Response supported government and non-government organizations to more effectively raise awareness and take action to end Liberia's Ebola crisis.
#CelebrateSurvival was a participatory campaign to promote survival through the art of music.
The Inside/Out Project was carried out in San Diego County and brought the voices of those most affected by incarceration into the conversation about criminal justice policy and reform.
Strength in Story is a collaborative, participatory project bringing together a wide variety of stories from ordinary people about how they overcame adversity and recovered from loss.