A blog series on GWI’s transition to a worker self-directed nonprofit, moving from a traditional hierarchical structure to shared leadership.

A blog series on what Just Transition looks like in action, refracted through the living experience of people in our community.

A roundup of GWI news, including upcoming workshops, Network events, community calls to action, and links to resources.

A collection of posts and reflections on Rooted Resources – a festival and series that shines a light on localizing economic power to nurture solidarity, awareness, and action.

Articles and personal reflections from the GWI team as they navigate their lives and their shared work.

Welcome to our blog!

We invite you to dive into posts from GWI workers as well as invited contributors from our Network. We have a few blog series to offer you: in the Illumination series, you can learn about Just Transition-aligned initiatives and explore reflections from members of our community; or join us as we share the twists and turns of our journey from a traditional nonprofit to one in which we all share governance in Sharing Power; or catch up with our more personal reflections in Notes from the Field.

All Posts

By Alejandro Juárez Crawford
Technology has provided a fertile field for those working to destabilize democracy around the world. Can we turn this on its head, and use tech to democratize the creation of what comes next?
By Hélène Lesterlin, GWI Worker Trustee
We would like to invite you to submit a blog post for the Rooted Resources blog series. Read on for info on guidelines and submissions.
By Micah
Micah reflects on why pronouns matter and why we ask for them.
by Maria Reidelbach
I had a revelation a few years ago, after a lifetime of political and social activism.
by Lisa Taranto
Sometimes I don’t know what to say. What matters anymore, as we are all witness to [...]
by Aja Schmeltz
The chronic blatant disregard for human life in this country is profoundly disgusting. With every news [...]
by Hélène Lesterlin, with Susan Grove
We’re not human resources. In fact, we don’t even want to imagine ourselves as “resources” at [...]