The Existence Project collaborates with marginalized people to cultivate dignity and connection to community through storytelling and creativity . Our bi-weekly workshop features transformative storytellers and facilitates creative dialogue between marginalized people and a network of socially active community allies – students, professional creatives, service organizations, and changemakers. Each workshop centres on the lived experiences of marginalized peoples as the valued subject of creative works, podcasts, song, art, and poetry that we share with our community. We believe that everybody has a story worth telling and that this sharing reveals a commonality to our existence that goes beyond race, gender, and class.