Steve McCullough, PhD, is a settler Canadian with Irish roots who lives on the traditional and unceded lands of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation. He is the Digital Content Specialist at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). His scholarly background includes literary and cultural studies in post-structuralism, narrative theory, and Holocaust memoirs. His professional experience includes web development, climate change communication, and human rights outreach and advocacy. Steve researches and writes long-form human rights storytelling content for the CMHR website, and he was lead author on the Witness Blanket web project (witnessblanket.ca) about Canada’s residential school system. His work on digital human rights storytelling involves careful, compassionate, persuasive efforts to address contentious issues and histories in digital media environments characterized by bias, denial, polarization, and mistrust.