We all come from somewhere, with interesting stories behind our family history and culture.
Now it’s your turn to tell your story to the world about how your ancestors and traditions made you the person you’ve become.
And this season all shows will be virtual.
“My Family, My Culture” is part of about 50 storytelling nights in America, true, first-person stories on themes also including outdoor adventures and race and identity.
And new for 2021, the Storytellers Project will feature more famous voices, notable celebrities and timely voices. As always, the project is dedicated to creating empathy and understanding across America.
Also new, the Storytellers Project will debut a series focused on celebrating the ways race and ethnicity weave through American identities. Five nights, each featuring storytellers who self-identify as a specific race or ethnicity — Black, Middle Eastern, Indigenous, Hispanic/Latinx, and Asian — are designed to help Americans understand each other more deeply.
For those watching live on the Storytellers Project’s website, general admission is free or pay $3 as a…