She explains some of the experiences of courage are shown in the exhibit as quotes:
----"For me, it's losing a baby, and having the courage to try again."
--- "Took courage to ask her out," he says with a laugh and points to the girl to his left. She smiles back.
Come to find out later, that's HOW he asked her out.
----"It's brave when I eat a new food. We ate noodles with salad on it!" Ema, age 4
---- "I hit a car drunk driving."
"Two people died there... So courage is knowing that... for the rest of my life... that was me."
---- "Courage is finding, accepting, and loving yourself and sharing it with others."
----"For me, courage was accepting what I can't change. It's taken a lot of time, but I am working on not projecting. Not seeing what is not there. And letting go of the past..."
----"I had hoped that he would have the courage to face his own redemption"
----"People are inherently creative. We are always telling stories. Facebook, Instagram, twitter...these are all stories. We find ways to share..."
----"It takes courage to fail, to feel it, embrace it, and change. That's innovation."To learn more, head to the Madison Community Discourse website or Facebook page.