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A city, like a social network, can be hostile or welcoming, exploitative or cooperative; it can foster meaningful connections or impede them.

How can we become more intentional about the we live in? We can look at examples of doing things differently, recognize patterns, adapt & apply them. This article by Amanda Abrams looks at a few examples of neighborhood organizing, from "senior villages" in the US to "sharing villages" in Korea:

blog.p2pfoundation.net/why-urb social.coop/media/WpuccAafrhPO

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