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Everyone Has A Story

It’s a Saturday and Sunday program like no other conference. It begins with powerful stories about peace, justice and positive change from the hearts of two compelling storytellers. And you! Pathways to our Future 2.0, the Zones 30 and 31 conference in Chattanooga, features verbal and visual storytellers and champions of peace,

Stephanie Sinclair and Kiran Singh Sirah

Everyone has a story

Saturday, October 1 Lunch Keynote: Stephanie Sinclair Is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and founder of not for profit Too Young to Wed. Through workshops she conducts with girls who have survived child marriage, she pays it forward. Hear the stories of the girls she has met and empowered to tell their own stories and create change in their communities.

Saturday, October 1 Dinner Keynote: Rotary Peace Fellow Kiran Singh Sirah is a People of Action: Champions of Peace honoree. President of the International Storytelling Center, located in Tennessee, Kiran left Uganda when he was a child and emigrated to England with his Indian parents. He powerfully believes that “storytelling is the one force that each and every one of us on the planet can contribute” to building peace.

Sunday. October 2 Breakfast: Coffee Talk! Up Close and Personal With Stephanie Sinclair and Kiran Singh Sirah – You’ve never had Sunday breakfast like this! No speeches, no podium. It’s authentic, honest conversation with Stephanie and Kiran and you, talking about our own journeys as peacebuilders, storytellers, and changemakers.

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