Building on the success of the Storytellers Project in Phoenix, the series expanded to Des Moines in 2015. These nights send a message that everyone has a story worth telling, and that everyone CAN tell it. These nights also send a message to the community that everyone is worth listening to. This is especially important in Des Moines and Iowa where people have pride in their identity and want to share stories that define and reinforce community values.

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The Storytellers Project is made possible in Des Moines by a dedicated crew of employees from across The Des Moines Register and Register Media. We all work together to make sure whether you're a storyteller, guest or listener, that you have a great experience.

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#storytellersproject We'll help you tell your story.

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#storytellersproject #azstorytellers to feature Tara Ijai and the #loveglassesrevolution onstage at our Love&Heartbreak event, Wed, Feb 8 at Changing Hands. www.storytellersproject.com/Phoenix

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yle Mitchell, a Navajo storyteller, shares so eloquently a story about his son, his hands and a mission in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. #newveterans #azstorytellers #storytellersproject

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"You don't have to believe in yourself. We believe in you, the US Army recruiter told me. So I signed the paper." Mario Avent, new Veterans storytellers #azstorytellers #storytellersproject #newveterans

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Ryan Kitchell tells a powerful story about "drinking the right amount of whiskey" to help his PTSD (which didn't work). Hilariously compelling! #azstorytellers #storytellersproject #newveterans

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