Anne Frank Project 2014 at Buffalo State University: Change Through Stories Conference

Conference Date: September 8-10, 2014

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can
change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
― Margaret Mead

We are asked to be flexible, adapt, and move forward in times of change,
but that isn't always easy. Stories can guide us. Stories fuel or
extinguish change: either they are expressed or they are suppressed. AFP
2014: Change Through Stories is a laboratory and a meeting place for all
disciplines to tell stories that inspire change, engage people in the
lessons of those stories, and provide tools and vocabulary that encourage
people to change their world.

Location: SUNY Buffalo State. Buffalo, New York, United States

About the Conference:
The Anne Frank Project is an innovative, process-driven, multidisciplinary
conference. We encourage artists, scholars, and activists to further
investigate projects and research that promote conflict resolution,
community building, and identity formation. All workshops must actively
engage participants in applying theories into practice.