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Judith Hawkins’ family needs help, so please join me in supporting them in this time of crisis. See the crowdfunding page here, or just give in the gizmo below. As is sadly typical, I’m coming to write about this a bit … Continue reading
Upon checking out my LinkedIn profile from last year, someone recently told me candidly that I scan as ‘high risk.’ I LOL’d. On one hand, yeah: even in the midst of unemployment, I’d been cavalier with my engagement of this … Continue reading
I visited Madison, Wisconsin three times over the past year, with two different purposes: to train as a “cooperative developer,” and to study the practice of “coproduction.” Cooperatives The first purpose for my visit to Madison was the CooperationWorks! Cooperative Business Development … Continue reading
For much of 2013, I traveled to sites where I could learn firsthand about cooperative organization, co-productive labor, and the commons. Some of this work was through formal ‘residency’ programming designed to support social research and creative practice. Some of … Continue reading
Throughout most of 2012, I worked on a couple of projects that I’d started while at Bread for the City. (I left Bread in March of 2012, but in both of these projects I saw the promise of opportunity to … Continue reading
In my professional life, I wrote Annual Reports. It was one of my primary responsibilities.
written towards the end of 2012… I remember from history class, in our studies on American federalism, learning about how the states are “the laboratories of democracy” — but I only just discovered that this phrase was actually coined about … Continue reading