Re: Cohousing activism in built groups
From: Diane Simpson (dqsworld.std.com)
Date: Sun, 9 Feb 1997 21:21:54 -0600
>                            COHOUSING-L Digest 68
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>Topics covered in this issue include:
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>  1) Re: Cohousing activism in built groups
>        by maikano [at] idcomm.com (Michael Mariner)
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Michael Mariner said:
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>So, other than this list and writing articles and giving tours, is there
>any way we can coordinate among the one person in each built coho group
>that *does* want to put out some effort?  My personal answer is writing
>my book, hopefully with input from other folks like Rob, once more of it
>is written...
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Don Lindemann talked about forming a national organization at the Northeast
Regional conference, so I think you should get in touch with him at
cohomag [at] aol.com  because he's the one who has the list of names of other
people who are interested in forming a national organization. He's probably
crazed right now from moving into Berkeley Cohousing (a.k.a. Sacramento
Street Cohousing) but he definitely has this on his agenda.


----Diane;.>

P.S. Don't forget to come hear Joani Blank at Spontaneous Celebrations next
Monday February 17 at 7 p.m. if you're in Boston! E-mail me by this
Thursday if you want to come!

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