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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: May 25, 2021

One Year Gone: Honoring The Life of George Floyd

by The Moth

One year ago today, George Floyd’s life was taken in 9 minutes and 29 seconds. George was a father, brother, son and friend. We continue to say his name. And we continue to say the names of others killed by police violence: Rayshard Brooks, Jonathan Price, Ma’Khia Bryant, Adam Toledo, Duante Wright and so many more. To honor all of their lives, we encourage you to consider: Supporting the George Floyd Memorial FoundationDemanding your members of the Senate to support H.R. 1...

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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Apr 20, 2021

A Message of Love, Solidarity, Equity and Justice for the Black Community

by The Moth

Today’s conviction is an important moment in the fight for equity and justice. But it is not enough. We only need to look as far as the daily headlines to find examples of police brutality, blatant racial injustice, and denial of the value of Black lives. There is still much work to be done in the ongoing fight against systemic racism. We at The Moth will continue our efforts, using our voices, platforms, and stories to combat racism, violence, and oppression and to help counter these inequi...

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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Apr 13, 2021

Storytelling School with The Moth: Storytelling Activity #36

by Moth EDU

Lesson #36: TONE: "Hot Wheels"- Jayson Nuñez We’ve missed you here at Storytelling School with The Moth! Just like in today’s story, we can’t wait to grab our bikes or running shoes and get outside! It’s been over a year since our first blog and we appreciate your continued engagement and support as we explore and discuss stories. For this month’s blog, we’re taking a look at a story about getting back up (on the bike perhaps) even when you get knocked down. This week’s Storyte...

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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Mar 19, 2021

A Message of Solidarity with the AAPI Community

by The Moth

We condemn the deadly shootings that took place in Atlanta on Tuesday, March 16th. Hate crimes and violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community have long existed and are acutely on the rise since the pandemic began. This abhorrent act in Atlanta, that took the lives of eight people, including six Asian women, is a call to conscience for our country and a reminder that silence on these matters is complicity. We stand in solidarity with women and the Asian-Americans...

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Dispatches from the Moth · Posted On: Mar 09, 2021

Storytelling School with The Moth: Storytelling Activity #35

by Moth EDU

Lesson #35: TRUST "The Beginning Of The Rest Of Life"- Jahvannia Darlin Welcome back to Storytelling School with The Moth! The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer, and we can’t wait for it to finally be spring! It’s been almost a year since our first blog and we appreciate your continued engagement and support as we explore and discuss stories. For this month’s blog, we’re taking a look at a story about seeking acceptance from loved ones. This month’s Storyte...

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