Solidarity Sprint tour stop planning
Help us plan the kind of gathering you want to attend! Check out the current Sprint Itinerary here:
What would you like to get out of a solidarity sprint gathering?
Do you have expertise with a given system that you'd like to share, a particular project you'd like to do, or more general interest? Please share in your own words why you're motivated to participate.
What conference/gathering are you considering attending?
Please indicate the location/s of the gathering/s you wish to attend
8/22-8/23 Madison WI
8/24-25 St. Louis MO
8/25-26 Carbondale IL
8/27-9/1 Asheville NC - Mutual Aid Summit
9/6-9/8 Bethlehem/Philadelphia PA
9/11-9/13 Greenfield MA
9/17- 9/22 Detroit MI - Symbiosis Revolution + local work
9/23 Lansing MI
9/23- 9/24 Valparaiso IN
9/26 - 9/27 Madison WI - Operationalizing learning from the tour, Madison MAN GMM
How would you like to spend your time with us?
To help us plan an event that works well for as many participants as possible please answer the questions below.
Would you want to attend a casual potluck and roundtable conversation?
Do you have projects you'd like hands-on help with?
We want to visit projects to learn, and we also want to offer help if you have something that could use many hands to make light work.
Please describe the project, the kind of help you seek, and the amount of time you'd need us
Do you have projects you'd like us to learn from? What is the project and in what format would you offer learning?
Basic project organizing workshops
Would you like help and support in organizing projects in your community? Please check the sessions of interest below, or add your own.
I'm interested in:
(Please check all that interest you)
Engaging community partners
Posh-terity budgeting and value flows: How to have a posh life on an austerity budget, how to bring robust kinds of sustenance to your project and community
Governance - Sociocracy 3.0: learn from our collective experience with this deeply democratic form of organizing ourselves and our work
Project roles - Who needs to participate to make your project fly? What skills and roles are needed? How do we find the people to fill them, and keep them happy with the work?
Communicating with potential members
I'm interested in these project focus areas:
(Please check all that apply)
Tools of Mutual Aid
Join the conversation about how we pull together timebanking, other types of mutual credit, common funds, and other resource pooling and allocation tools to develop greater sustainability. Which topics would you like to spend more time on while we're together?
I'm interested in these nuts and bolts sessions on tools
Common Funds - hybridized savings pools of collectivized money
Business-oriented Exchange - Price-based mutual credit, Common Good card, B2B networks, enterprise development
Time Exchange - timebanking, swaps, other forms of equal exchange
Commons Building - straight-up sharing
Mutual Aid Platform and other Mutual Aid Tech Tools - learn how we use technology to make this work for us, and what's on the horizon
Learning Tools - Games, Curriculum, etc. Share and improve on our collective learning tools, including but not limited to: The Build a Better World Game and The Savings Pool Game.
Are you offering or requesting any logistical support (housing or transportation)?
I can offer support
I can offer housing
I can offer transportation
I can help with food at my local stop
I can help with logistical planning
I need support
I need housing
I need transportation
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