Student Reporting on Fukushima Aftermath Cited as Example of 'Restorative Narratives'

Friday, February 20, 2015
CHRONICLE OF PHILANTHROPY -- Images and Voices of Hope is championing a storytelling genre it calls “Restorative Narratives,” which show “how people and communities are learning to rebuild and recover in the aftermath, or midst of, difficult times.” Managing Director Mallary Tenore points to outstanding examples such as a Dallas Morning News series on a young woman’s long struggle to recover from childhood abuse and San Francisco State University’s work-in-progress on the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.