A young participant in one of the Center for Digital Storytelling’s first All Together Now Intergenerational Storytelling workshops. This workshop was held in April 2013, with The Future Project in New Haven Connecticut. Stories ranged from dealing with bullying and overcoming low self-esteem, to witnessing violence, to engagement in social justice campaigns, to being forced to address one’s independence at an early age.

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A young participant in one of the Center for Digital Storytelling’s first All Together Now Intergenerational Storytelling workshops. This workshop was held in April 2013, with The Future Project in New Haven Connecticut. Stories ranged from dealing with bullying and overcoming low self-esteem, to witnessing violence, to engagement in social justice campaigns, to being forced to address one’s independence at an early age.

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By Robert Kelly - Goss

The Daily Advance

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Hezekiah Brown remembers drinking from a black-only water fountain.

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Mr. Brown

If that is a picture of The Mr. Brown that "remembers sitting at the back of the bus and drinking from a water fountain for blacks only" I really find that hard to believe. Maybe he can share also where the fountain of youth is, because he surely does not look old enough to remember those things, I am nearly sixty and I "barely" remember that.

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