This Week's Story
When women voice their anger, they are released from a collective lifetime of silence into the rebirth of sisterhood, explains Rebecca Traister, award-winning author, National Magazine Award finalist, and writer for New York magazine on women and race in politics, media, entertainment. Through Traister, we begin to understand why it’s critical that we get comfortable with the discomfort of anger. Our anger is not only a mode for joyful connection between women, but a transformative force for real change.
If Rebecca Traister made house calls, I could have gotten rid of my mouthguard sooner.
"For the Love of Conversation"
Generation to generation. Community to community. Culture to culture. Person to person.
At the heart of 3-Minute Storyteller is a deep desire to share stories that help us understand one another, accept one another, and inspire one another. We believe that conversations can bring us together and change the world.
When we create our stories each week, one of the most agonizing decisions is what to call people. How do you distill a life—in the case of our storytellers, an otherworldly life—into the three or four words of a title scroll?