Started reading Jackson Rising (the next #readinggroup book) this morning: https://darajapress.com/catalog/jackson-rising-the-struggle-for-economic-democracy-and-self-determination-in-jackson-mississippi
social.coop reading group
Hey all, candidate choices have been randomly selected for our next reading group book.
Rank them here to decide which one we read: https://www.loomio.org/p/L2qVhxyd/reading-selection-2nd-book
If you'd like to join the group, sign up here: https://www.loomio.org/g/5QKrvbgs/social-coop-reading-group
To me @davidbollier is one of the most cogent teachers on the commons out there. Hear him interviewed by @thenextsystem: https://thenextsystem.org/learn/stories/episode-17-social-transformation-through-commons-w-david-bollier
Last time I played around with Mastodon a few months ago I found it missing a bunch of
Returning here to an updated version, it's now easy to pin timelines of hashtags like #readinggroup and make lists of users, so I can imagine I'll be using this a bunch more.
A bit late to joining in, but started reading Elinor Ostrom's Rules for Radical yesterday & got up through Ch. 1
Hi, I'm Casey! 👋
I'm an artist, teacher, designer and web developer based in Brooklyn, NY.
Interested in learning more about the history & future of cooperative structures, especially around higher education, distributed collaboration, durational organizing + activism.
—excited to be here + to jump into some discussions soon.