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COOPERATIVE JOURNAL MEDIA

A source for remembering through storytelling, visualizing, and practicing a collectivized economy

 

EDUCATION

Participatory and story-based solidarity economy workshops

GRAPHICS

Open source original motion graphics to enhance your political education curriculum

PODCAST

Interviews of people creating cooperative models around the world

CONSULTATIONS

Narrative strategy and distribution plans to reach your audiences

We are gathering the stories that expand the edges of our imagination of what is possible - where money is just one form of capital, workers are the owners, neighbors are meeting each other’s needs, and local communities are reclaiming their power to cultivate regenerative systems.

MEET THE TEAM

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Ebony Gustave

Ebony (she/her) is a web weaver, community architect, and storyteller. Before producing and hosting Cooperative Journal podcast, she journeyed around the world collecting stories across cultures, experientially learning tools for self-sufficiency, and researching indigenous plants. Throughout that time she felt the power of human and non-human relationships, trust, and what agency feels like. Her intention is to collectively cultivate that same sense of awareness and embodiment through solidarity economy storytelling, placemaking projects, facilitation, and asset based mapping.

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Robin Crane

Robin (they/them) is a multimedia storyteller, solidarity economy nerd, and tender plant tender. With a focus on film, animation and participatory media they spotlight community-driven solutions, working with organizations to shift narratives in support of a more regenerative economy where all can thrive. They are queer and have ancestors from north and west Europe, now home-making at Canticle Farm on Ohlone Land, Oakland, CA.