What has drawn us into working for social change?
How has our activism changed at different times in our lives?
What has sustained us in our work? What forms does our activism currently take?
We take up intergenerational activist storytelling as a research methodology and as a way to bring community activists together across generations and movements to share, receive, and record diverse stories of activisms. Through several different storytelling projects, we focus on the lesser-told and frequently forgotten stories of activisms, engaging especially racialized, Indigenous, LGBTQ2IA+, and older activists. These media projects showcase spunky activists of different ages, backgrounds, genders, and abilities telling their stories in their own words.