lessons from the justice collective: part 3

final post of reflections/lessons learned from the retreat colab had with the justice collective (this is part 3 in a series):

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universal basic income reframe: benefits for being

the second plenary of the 2018 policylink equity summit was the best by far (full program here). it far outshined the first one, which i thought was going to be my favorite. i got some really good stuff out of the convening, but the single most powerful thing was the term “benefits for being.” i so wish i had been paying more attention to who said it but i believe it was either carmen rojas, ceo of the workers lab, ai-jen poo, executive director of the national domestic workers alliance, or tara houska, national campaigns director for honor the earth. i need to find out if i can go back and rewatch it.

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lessons from the justice collective: part 2

more reflections/lessons learned from the retreat we had with the justice collective (continued from yesterday):

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lessons from the justice collective

a couple of weeks ago, my day job had a retreat facilitated by the justice collective. i learned a shitton and wanted to put up here some of the things i learned. partly because i want to be able to give credit where credit is due, partly because i want to be able to remember where i got shit from, and partly because i’m an external processor and processing things out like (verbal or via writing) helps me integrate. this post is mostly going to be stream of consciousness and may or may not make much sense. &shrug;

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alternative futures: library stretch

nado slid into the seat, the surface still warm from the last student; the station had cleared up just in time. it was 11:50 and his bibliography was due at midnight.

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