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"I don't always have a clear goal, sometimes it's more of a tendency to keep going, but knowing I'm not alone helps me."
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"Inspiring the Near Sea" is a collective story that is part of Memoria Nostra, a series of stories - from written to visual to poetry - created within the storytelling methodologies workshop held in Cecina during the International Anti-Racist Meeting, by ARCI Valdarno, Stories of Possible Worlds and Train of Memory, for the ACTMEM - Active Memories project.
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The methodologies used during this workshop were many: from autobiographical writing, to theater, to mixed and creative techniques of visual arts.
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