Visit the Art Museum of Sonoma County,
725 7th Street, Santa Rosa
October 6th, 2018 through January 27th, 2019.
Listening for a Change has a video
Voices from the Fire
as part of the art response show.

Visit our touch-screen computer kiosks loaded with video stories of local residents!
Each interview is translated into Spanish or English. Interviews were conducted by students from multiple local schools.
Oral history lessons, video camera recording, and editing by Listening for a Change
The Cloverdale kiosk is currently at the
Cloverdale High School Library.
The Santa Rosa kiosk is being updated and will return to a community venue soon.

History and Healing Fire Stories at link below or under programs tab

Fire Projects

Creating Connections, One Story at a Time

Our Mission is to promote understanding and acceptance of human diversity through education, oral history, and the arts.

As our communities become increasingly diverse, it is imperative that we find meaningful ways to respect and understand the rich and complex cultures among us.

Listening for a Change works to dispel “otherness.” This is achieved through programs in schools, communities, businesses, and nonprofits bringing community together through story.

Connections. Compassion. Change.


Programs for Students

Neighborhood Listening Project

Students are trained in oral history interviewing and active listening to hear experiences, advice, and wisdom from people in their community. Through the process of story, questioning, and reflection, students dispel notions of otherness in their community and gain skills to counteract bullying and violence in their schools.

Essence of Acceptance

A comprehensive, standards-based curriculum for secondary Social Studies and Language Arts classes exploring the intersection of human rights, oral history, and community. The program offers students the opportunity to take oral histories from community members who have lost their human or civil rights and gain empathic listening skills.

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Foundation of Our Work

Sonoma County Survivor Project

Our founding project shares the dramatic stories of Holocaust survivors, interned Japanese Americans, and Cambodian refugees living in Sonoma County. The exhibit documents their history and celebrates their resiliency amidst severe human rights deprivations.

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Listening for a Change is an approved member of Upstream Investments Sonoma County.  Learn more

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