The rate at which black Americans are killed by police is more than twice as high as the rate for white Americans. This is a non-comprehensive list of deaths at the hands of police in the U.S. since Eric Garner’s … Continue reading
Posted in American Dream, Conversion, Human Relations, Management, Pensimientos, Reflections
Tagged black lives matter, city management, george floyd, police, sociocracy, solidarity
“The old temptation of Esau, who sold his birthright for a plate of beans, is something that is something that is constantly being offered to people. Workers, with their hope and right to a new order, have the same temptation … Continue reading
Seattle’s Central Co-op’s Logo
Before I start with today’s Co-op Month post, please note that I am not a member of Central Co-op, nor have I shopped there. Also, a couple of the managers are alumni of the MMCCU program at … Continue reading
I’ve already written about The Legacy Project a while ago, but it is always worth mentioning!
We are living through the greatest generational transfer of wealth that has ever occurred. As the Baby Boomers retire and pass, there wealth will go … Continue reading