Visual Storytelling is personal, political, and can be a powerful tool for education and social change. But stories are more than valuable tools, they are essential in helping us learn how to relate to one another. When we share our stories and make space in our lives to listen – and experience the stories of others, we build trust, empathy, and larger, more creative and connected communities.
The ‘Faces of Chaco‘ offers all these things; it’s an incredible project by the residents of Greater Chaco, in partnership with San Juan Citizens Alliance, Rob Zeigler Photography and Give a Shot. We encourage you to follow the project – which will be released in installments – and if you are moved by the stories, please sign up for updates, take action, and share on social media. Follow #FacesOfChaco on Twitter and Facebook too!