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diane hendrix

August 29, 2013at 7:00 pm

When I first went to Rwanda to follow some MIT students in 2011, I was astonished to see the inventive revolution in Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania, and I started following eight stories of startups through crisis and change—what drives them and how do they learn to keep their businesses alive? With your help we will complete two dozen personal stories of these brilliant innovators, to launch globally in a few months. Their stories are tools for inspiring and multiplying invention in the U.S. and Africa, and it's a two way track for learning between cultures, sharing lessons globally.

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  • diane hendrix

    The real question is: "Can Storytelling Affect Change?" What do you think? Build our community and share this Huff Post article to reach our goal in 3 days! THANKS for visiting our Kickstarter page above.

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      I think storytelling is the key to making change. Information shows us how to help. However, I think if filmmakers are going to talk about the issue, they should also be a part of the impact- and try to create follow-through to make change.