"Robert’s Americans Who Tell the Truth has become a distinctive and profound way of teaching American History and American Thought...His work will help us advance towards common understanding and tolerance."
"I want the young adults I’m teaching to gain a true understanding of not only what happens during times of injustice, but most importantly, why these events are allowed to unfold. "
"We had a "dinner party" with students sharing their biographies with each other as if they were the person they studied. It was fantastic to "see" Zinn sitting next to Chomsky sitting next to Mother Jones sitting next to Woody Guthrie!"
"Robert Shetterly's portraits cut to the chase in a compelling way. Students could access the profound sentiments that these portraits represent."
Truth and Reconciliation in Maine: The harm done to Wabanaki children and how the Wabanaki/Maine partnership promotes healing
August 7, 2014
Delano Hall, Maine Maritime Academy, Castine, Maine
June 30 - July 20, 2014
Winter Harbor, Maine, 207-963-2569
Rockport Opera House
July 1 - 3, 2014
Albany, New Hampshire
June 16, 2014
June 12, 2014
North Anson, Maine
Bar Harbor, Maine
March 18 - April 11, 2014
Various venues at Syracuse University and others.
The Moon magazine publishes an interview with Robert Shetterly, founder of the Americans Who Tell the Truth project.
In April 2014, Robert Shetterly and Americans Who Tell the Truth board member, Dud Hendrick, were invited to accompany Lily Yeh to Palestine as part of a Barefoot Artists project.
Founder of Operation Breaking Stereotypes and AWTT Director of Education, Connie Carter, talks about the history of OBS in this Bangor Daily News article.
Brooksville, Maine -- On January 31, the United States Postal Service will unveil a new postage stamp honoring Shirley Chisholm.
This letter about the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission by Arla Patch and Robert Shetterly was first published in the Lewiston Sun Journal.
Twenty Mount Desert Island (ME) and Bronx Academy of Letters (NY) students met for five days at MDI High School and worked on a powerful project about hate language in their schools andcommunities.
The government has it right. Bradley Manning is guilty -- but not for the crimes they convicted him for. If his crime was defending democracy, guilty. If his crime was defending justice and morality, guilty. Exposing the truth, guilty.Pvt.