Take Care of Each Other World Tour

is creating community

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The Take Care of Each Other World Tour is a series of interviews with people engaging in cooperative principles around the country. The purpose of these interviews is to create community with people thinking similarly about our past, present, and future.

These thoughts are grounded in three principles (so far):

1.Replenishing the ecosystems around us in every aspect of our operation.

2. Honoring the maker as plural.

3. Remembering the future.

This tour is a convening of people who wonder similarly. It allows for people to find community in what can be very lonely work. At the end of each stop I will facilitate my signature purpose speed dating event with the people I've met throughout the week in a public commons in each city. This will design into the project the upmost intention to meet the goal.

The goal of this tour is to create a network for people who seek to shape their world instead of endure it, in a cooperative way. This includes people in the fields of agriculture, architecture, engineering, and cooperative business models of all sectors. My encounters are being recorded and archived at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center at Howard University.

From this work I will co-create a makerspace coop committed to innovating cooperative technologies (these are technologies also grounded in the three principles above). This work is important because we need technologies that can assist a cooperative way of knowing in the built environment. These ideas are still being developed and if you would like to know more please inquire at my contact page.
The Take Care of Each Other World Tour is a series of interviews with people engaging in cooperative principles around the country. The purpose of these interviews is to create community with people thinking similarly about our past, present, and future.

These thoughts are grounded in three principles (so far):

1.Replenishing the ecosystems around us in every aspect of our operation.

2. Honoring the maker as plural.

3. Remembering the future.

This tour is a convening of people who wonder similarly. It allows for people to find community in what can be very lonely work. At the end of each stop I will facilitate my signature purpose speed dating event with the people I've met throughout the week in a public commons in each city. This will design into the project the upmost intention to meet the goal.

The goal of this tour is to create a network for people who seek to shape their world instead of endure it, in a cooperative way. This includes people in the fields of agriculture, architecture, engineering, and cooperative business models of all sectors. My encounters are being recorded and archived at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center at Howard University.

From this work I will co-create a makerspace coop committed to innovating cooperative technologies (these are technologies also grounded in the three principles above). This work is important because we need technologies that can assist a cooperative way of knowing in the built environment. These ideas are still being developed and if you would like to know more please inquire at my contact page.

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