Learning & Craft

We believe that human beings’ most powerful skill is collective learning.

The societies we live in are the result of the knowledge, skills, values, and resources transmitted across generations. We support shared learning that honors the wisdom of experience and the importance of craft in building social movements and communities.

Many of us are encouraged to give up on learning at a young age, when we are taught not to ask too many questions. By recovering our curiosity and focus, we recover our power as thinkers, artists, healers, organizers, strategists, and institution-builders. In other words, we are able to take initiative -- an innate power all of us have -- and lead from a truer, deeper place.