11Sep 2019

The Hearth Receives Three Year Grant for Latinx Story Project

By |Sep 11, 2019|Categories: De La Raiz, Latinx Story Project, News|Tags: , , , , |

The Hearth has been awarded a three-year, $150,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation to support storytelling within the Latinx community of Jackson County, Oregon. Funded through OCF's Latino Partnership Program, the grant hopes to strengthen diverse relationships within Jackson County as well as train local Latinx leaders in the [...]

28Feb 2019

The Certificate in Community Storytelling is sold out!

By |Feb 28, 2019|Categories: Ashland, Certificate in Community Storytelling, News|

We had hoped for fifty participants in first training program in community storytelling. The response, however, exceeded our expectations. We are so excited to welcome fifty-six community builders, teachers, activists, faith leaders, and nonprofit executives from Texas, California, Louisiana, Illinois, Washington, and Oregon. Soon we will announce next year's dates [...]

18Jan 2019

Working for a Living on March 21

By |Jan 18, 2019|Categories: Ashland, News|Tags: , |

Working for a Living: Real Stories by Regular Folks White collar crime. Getting fired. Con jobs. Work romance. Telling the truth. Putting out fires. Side hustles. Saving lives. In this spring Hearth gathering we will present stories from Gina DuQuenne, Zara Lee, Hector Meletich, Kelly Burns, Crystal Arnold, and Fumiaki [...]

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