How a Simple Postcard Can Build Community- Hunter Franks wrote in Storytelling, Cities and Neighboring

Sitting in their house in San Francisco’s Mission District, Elissa Chandler and Johanna Kenrick didn’t know what to think of a seemingly random postcard from someone named La Shon Walker that read, “My favorite place in Bayview is Candlestick Point because it’s a lovely park with amazing views.” Elissa and Johanna were curious and followed the printed URL on the back of the postcard. They soon realized their address was randomly selected to receive a postcard as part of the SF Postcard Project.
The SF Postcard Project fosters community connection through storytelling exchange. Residents in marginalized neighborhoods fill out a postcard with a positive personal story of their community. That postcard is then mailed to a random San Francisco resident to give them a different view of a neighborhood.

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How a Simple Postcard Can Build Community
Hunter Franks wrote in Storytelling, Cities and Neighboring

Sitting in their house in San Francisco’s Mission District, Elissa Chandler and Johanna Kenrick didn’t know what to think of a seemingly random postcard from someone named La Shon Walker that read, “My favorite place in Bayview is Candlestick Point because it’s a lovely park with amazing views.” Elissa and Johanna were curious and followed the printed URL on the back of the postcard. They soon realized their address was randomly selected to receive a postcard as part of the SF Postcard Project.

The SF Postcard Project fosters community connection through storytelling exchange. Residents in marginalized neighborhoods fill out a postcard with a positive personal story of their community. That postcard is then mailed to a random San Francisco resident to give them a different view of a neighborhood.

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    Um. Well. This is a really nice idea. However, I worked at a theatre in the Tenderloin for a year and I can’t exactly...
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    But I don’t live in SF. :(
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