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YOUR WEEKLY DOSE OF
STORY-DRIVEN INSPIRATION


ECHO STORYTELLING AGENCY  | 2/26/2021

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Each week, we curate a list of story-driven projects, videos, and articles and share them with our community. 
Thank you for being a part of it. 
Have you ever wondered where the high five came from? Find the answer in the story of Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Glenn Burke.
Arielle Gray writes about the legacy of Toni Morrison not only as a writer, but as an influential editor. 
Here are 8 powerful, vulnerable memoirs we highly recommend.  
Family histories (and the stories within them) are being cracked open through DNA testing services. 
W. E. B. Du Bois created a monthly magazine called The Brownies' Book in 1920 to help kids navigate racism. 
When a large drug store chain needed to better connect with their fans, and find new ones, they turned to storytelling. 
Public radio hosts are doing the good work, acting on feedback from a young listener who needs more dinosaur content.
THIS WEEK AT ECHO
We had the good fortune to (virtually) attend The Odlum Brown FWE Gala: Pitch for the Purse Finale (via The Forum). What a joy to get to hear stories about new businesses and the amazing people behind them! Congrats to Connie Stacey on the successful pitch. 
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