More from @Manuela
"A creative embodied practice to strengthen our connectivity, creativity and intuition and inspire for new perspectives in times of change.
"The art form and social technology Social Presencing Theater (SPT) brings together embodyment and mindfulness with group intelligence, systemic / social change with creative expression..."
Me encanta esta idea de Grigri Projects: Envíanos tu casa...#Hagamoscasa. Una propuesta para celebrar la importancia de lo público, de lo común, de los cuidados y de la capacidad para imaginar un futuro que deseemos vivir https://www.grigriprojects.org/acciones/la-casa-comun/
If you have some time and want to expand your musical horizons, try this amazing site: http://everynoise.com/
Which genre should be the official genre of Social.Coop? Kawaii Future Bass? Traprun? Punk Catala?
Meanwhile in an abandoned warehouse, @Stacco talks with Owen Kelly about Guerrilla Translation, DisCOs and the marketplace:
Amazon made a mistake firing this guy for organising: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/apr/02/dear-jeff-bezos-amazon-instead-of-firing-me-protect-your-workers-from-coronavirus
Article CW: Coronavirus, bad work conditions
Just started a thread on Loomio: "Should we be providing collaboration tools for Coronaworld?" https://www.loomio.org/d/8j07ULil/should-we-be-providing-collaboration-tools-for-coronaworld-
truly excited to share this conversation I had a couple days ago with Ari DeLashmutt
deep dive into the personal and interpersonal work I think some of y'all are feeling called to do, alongside me, in this weird historic moment
And the "Networks of People" video:
😷 Disroot Covid19 Kit 😷
We are launching Covid19 Kit to help and provide services to those that seek alternatives and don't want to get caught trapped inside the walled gardens. We decided to throw in some extra services that do not require account creation into the mix.
Frustrated with people in our mutual aid efforts who can't/won't use Loomio so I just offered to do a workshop on it... Just have to find those notes I copied from @mattcropp a while back...
The idea is for individuals to give to grassroots organizations (orgs bc we want to support ongoing organizing efforts, but informal orgs could be okay too) while being free to choose which group(s) to fund and for what. The whole thing being transparent. You give to people you trust for purposes you support. Instead of choosing how to disburse funds, admins would just curate a list of orgs/projects and keep the platform running... Donated but unused funds could be distributed equally to orgs.
Anyone know of a platform on which individuals with money to contribute (donors) can find a list of projects with multiple specific expense submissions and choose which one(s) to reimburse?
Like #opencollective but with contributors able to donate directly to one or more organizations in order to cover particular expenses...?
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