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Notes from the Field

Articles and personal reflections from the GWI team as they navigate their lives and their shared work.
By Micah
Nate Hagens makes a strong case for choosing a different path forward. What struck me most, is that just how much the answers are rooted in love.
By Susan Grove
By Micah
The overarching theme of the course, Surviving the Future, was collapse: the collapse of the systems that uphold our current societies, especially looking at climate change as the initiator. From my perspective, there is a deep connection to Just Transition.
By Susan, Aja and Micah (GWI Worker Trustees)
We spend most of our time at work, so what better place than our workplaces to learn to practice democracy and work toward a Just Transition?
By Micah
Micah reflects on why pronouns matter and why we ask for them.
by Aja Schmeltz
The chronic blatant disregard for human life in this country is profoundly disgusting. With every news [...]
By Micah, with Susan Grove
Working as a part of a shared leadership team has impacted my life in more ways [...]
by Susan Grove
Shared leadership. Sharing power. Someone recently asked me what checks and balances the WSDNP model has [...]
by Hélène Lesterlin, with Susan Grove
I needed that. It released something. We were in an all-hands meeting, and the relatively [...]
By Aja Schmeltz
Home. What does that mean to you? Is it a place? Is it an idea? Is [...]
By Caitlin Dourmashkin
A few months ago, our co-Worker Susan told us about Move Up, Move Up, a l[...]
By Micah, with Susan Grove
Personally, I think I’m good at playing the support role. I have played this role many [...]

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