It’s almost time for Daring to Bear Witness, the 2019 Global Earth Exchange! 

We’re excited to learn about your event! Here are some tips for sharing your story and photos others from around the world.

Taking a great photo of your Global Earth Exchange

The best photos are the ones that show (1) the people at your event, (2) the gift of beauty/work of art you created, and (3) enough of your place to indicate how it’s hurt. If you can’t get all three of these aspects into your photo, include as many as you can. Please send high resolution  photos.

Telling your story

People want to know what happened at your Global Earth Exchange! Here’s some information you might share:

  • why you chose this particular place
  • who participated
  • what you did
  • how people felt about the experience
  • what kind of gift you made for your place

You can tell your story as a poem, as a collection of quotes from participants… whatever feels right.

Often, people feel very different at the end of an Earth Exchange than when they began. (“Well, this is going to be depressing, but I’ll do it for my friend” becomes “Oh, I really love this place!” ) If that was true for anyone in your group, please share that too.

Sharing your photos and stories on our website

With our new website, uploading the story and photos of your Global Earth Exchange is easy. Just log in with your password and fill in more info…

 

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  • Strickland 2013: Christi Strickland

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