Storymobile is a moveable community engagement space that makes it easy to share, display, collect, and generate our stories.
Look for this multimedia, solar-powered roving art space throughout the summer. This “stories on wheels” is on a bicycle trailer with ready tools—iPads, cameras, microphones, amps, and keyboards, as well as good old paper and pencil—to share and record your stories.
Visit Storymobile.org for more information.
Melvin Giles is a veteran peace, diversity, and dismantling racism educator and urban gardener/farmer. He has extensive experience working with youth, academia, government agencies, nonproﬁt agencies, and neighborhood groups. He’s received numerous awards for his social justice work, including: the 2003 Martin Luther King "Dream Keeper" Award, the 2008 "Outstanding World Citizen" Award, and the 2011 Morrill Hall/Rachel Tilsen Social Justice Fund Award.
Lamar Collins is active in his community through his employment and volunteer activities and as an artist and a philanthropist who likes helping and engaging people. He was inspired and influenced by his peace studies at Community of Peace Academy. He did his senior project on Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela. It's Lamar's life goal to win the Nobel Peace Prize.