Whom we help

We are proud that many of the organizations and leaders we serve are committed to building a more just, equitable, and joyful world for all.

At a time when people are deeply divided and have trouble hearing each other, we provide something uniquely helpful: experiences where people learn to listen beyond the words, to discern what underlies each person’s story and the stories of their communities.

Some groups we’ve served

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  • Arlington Human Rights Commission
  • Arlington UU First Parish Social Justice Committee
  • Belmont Against Racism
  • Brookline Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations​
  • Diverse Holliston
  • Hanover Unity Council
  • Hopkinton Freedom Team
  • Littleton’s Multi-cultural Ministries Committee
  • Newton Human Rights Commission
  • Milton’s Courageous Conversations toward Racial Justice
  • Sharon Pluralism Network
  • Sherborn’s Racial and Immigration Justice Teams
  • Winchester Multi-cultural Network

Community, Education, and Business

  • Belmont High School
  • Boston Workmen’s Circle
  • Indivisible
  • Brookline Public Libraries
  • Dana Hall School
  • Emerald Group Publishing
  • Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
  • Jewish Voice for Peace
  • Massachusetts Human Resources Network
  • Metropolitan Area Planning Council
  • Rochester Institute of Technology STEAM initiatives
  • Tufts University, Union of Concerned Scientists

Collaborations with True Story Theater

A workshop byTrue Story Training can be paired with an improvisational performance by True Story Theater. Performances have lifted up many social justice themes​ and the voices of people who are often less heard, including homeless veterans, survivors of domestic violence, cancer survivors, men who were formerly incarcerated, and many others. Here are some of the ways that an interactive performance can serve you.