[Online Event Today] Oct 14 :: 4 PM-6 PM Eastern :: Dealing with Classism & Economic Inequality in Community
From: Neil Planchon (neilswansway.com)
Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2020 09:37:00 -0700 (PDT)
Greetings everyone…

Sincere apologies for eleventh hour notification/reminder.

Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC) presents….

Event: Dealing with Classism & Economic Inequality in Community
When: October 14 @ 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT
Where: Virtual Conference (Zoom!)
Price: $10 - $45 

Class dynamics are as sticky and historically challenging as race and gender 
dynamics, but there are fewer resources out there for individuals and groups 
who want to work on them. During this two-hour workshop for community starters 
and residents, we will take a deep dive into class dynamics that impact the 
creation of sustainable intentional communities. Economic relationships and 
systems can be one of the toughest nuts for communities to crack. 

This workshop offers a non-judgemental environment to explore questions of 
economics and class and how they relate to our efforts to build community, and 
a sustainable, resilient world. We will also talk about the importance and 
challenges of cross-class cooperation in getting your community landed and 
further developed. Find out more and register here 

In case you cannot make the live event, sign up and you’ll receive the 


Coho/US. Events team volunteer
Steering Committee. Cohousing Research Network
Co-Director. Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC)
Co-Developer and Founding Owner. Swan’s Market Cohousing

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