Black Stories Matter

Black Stories Matter is TMI Project’s way of making an impact in addressing incidents of hate, bigotry and racial injustice in our local community while also participating as an organization in the national outcry of injustice. In alignment with TMI Project’s mission to empower people and bring about change through true storytelling, Black Stories Matter seeks to raise awareness around issues of inequality and injustice through true storytelling and inspire people to take action while also using our digital platform to expose inequality and injustice rapidly and frequently and amplify the voices of those who have inspiring stories to share, about black people surviving--and thriving--in the Hudson Valley and throughout the United States.

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Upcoming

Workshops &

Performances

sat15feb7:00 pmBlack Stories Matter @ Black History Month KingstonCLICK HERE FOR DETAILS7:00 pm Clinton Avenue Methodist Church, 122 Clinton AvenueEvent Type :Black Stories Matter,Performances

Upcoming Workshops & Performances

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sat15feb7:00 pmBlack Stories Matter @ Black History Month KingstonCLICK HERE FOR DETAILS7:00 pm Clinton Avenue Methodist Church, 122 Clinton AvenueEvent Type :Black Stories Matter,Performances

wed01apr7:00 pmThe TMI Project Podcast Launch PartyCLICK HERE FOR DETAILS7:00 pm The Good Work Institute, 65 Saint James StreetEvent Type :Debut,Performances

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Bring a Black Stories Matter storytelling performance to your organization, church group or home by hosting a viewing party. Fill-out our form to access our Viewing and Discussion Guide.

Black Stories Matter: An Evening of Stories from Across Generations Live Stream Recording

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Bring a Black Stories Matter storytelling performance to your organization, church group or home by hosting a viewing party. Fill-out our form to access our Stories from Across Generations Viewing and Discussion Guide.

Watch Recent Performances

TMI Project’s mission with Black Stories Matter is to elevate the underrepresented stories of the Black experience in America – the full spectrum – the triumphs, humor, beauty and resilience. We’d love to include YOUR story

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Black Stories Matter is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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