Narrative Justice Project
City by City, Block by Block, We’re Reclaiming the Narrative
You are one step closer to strengthening your voice for your community.
The media has played a pivotal role in the dehumanization of people of color (POC) for generations. Structural racism and white supremacy permeate mainstream media. What strategies can we hope to employ to preserve the integrity of our stories?
We can remember our voices and lift them together in solidarity. We are calling for narrative justice in our communities NOW.
Gain and retain media attention for your issue.
Identify the key messages and facts to include in your communications.
Stick to your talking points and get your message across during an interview.
You deserve to have your voice heard. Sign up for one of our December training sessions now.
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The Narrative Justice Project (NJP) is a tactical response to structural racism in popular media representation and landscape. Our stories should be told by us. NJP collaborates with local people to reclaim the narrative, block by block. Through this community-based, storytelling initiative POC will be empowered to represent themselves in the fullness of their humanity and experience. This project is offered by The Wakeman Agency, a public relations and social change agency, and is supported by The Consortium on Trust in Media and Technology at the University of Florida’s College of Communications and Journalism