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The Black Voices Project

Launched in 2020, in response to the social justice uprisings against racism and police violence, The Moth's Black Voices Project aims to elevate stories from those on the front lines of dismantling racial inequality in the United States.

If you work with an organization whose mission is to address systemic racism and to amplify the voices of Black people in America, we welcome you to apply to our workshop series.

Become An Inaugural Partner

The Moth is actively seeking to work with organizations who are vital to the creation of race equity in America. If you are a leader, organizer, staff member, or client of such an organization, please consider engaging with The Moth's Black Voices Project.

Through our workshops, the Black Voices Project will help to: 

  • Bring together communities and organizations who are working to dismantle systems of oppression and racism

  • Help social justice and race equity organizations use storytelling to build community and  further their mission

  • Amplify Black voices on The Moth Radio Hour and The Moth Podcast 

2021 Virtual Workshop Options: 

  • Introductory Workshops acquaint participants with Moth storytelling principles and guide them through a brainstorming process. This model takes three hours and accommodates 10 - 15 participants.

  • Intensive Workshops offer a deep dive into the art and craft of storytelling. The intensive concludes with participants sharing five-minute stories for a small, invite-only audience. This model takes 15-hours, broken up over a series of sessions, and accommodates 9- 12 participants.

Apply Now

Fill out an application to become a Black Voices Project workshop partner.

Thank you

The Moth appreciates the generous support from lululemon for serving as our inaugural founding partner and funding workshops.

Fund The Black Voices Project

If you’re interested in funding the Black Voices Project, please contact Melissa Dognazzi.