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The above image comes from NPR’s Codeswitch and a show entitled “A Decade of Watching Black People Die“. A similar report from The Guardian based on 2016 numbers also notes that people of color are generally significantly more likely to … Continue reading
“We do not aspire to economic development as an end but as a means.”-– Don José María Arizmendiarietta (029)* In early December, I attended a workshop in Post Falls, Idaho for Reimagining the Rural West. This initiative of the Western … Continue reading
In returning to this blog, I am also returning to a long-abandoned project. A couple of years ago, I began discussing the inspirational messages from Don José María Arizmendiarrieta, the spiritual founder of Mondragón and, in many ways, the modern … Continue reading
REFLECTION NO. 276 Work is the attribute that gives a person the highest honor of being a cooperator of God in the transformation and fertilization of nature and in the resulting promotion of human well-being. That people exercise their faculty … Continue reading
REFLECTION NO. 538 The radicalism of the cooperative proposal, in face of development, appealing to the economic, personal, communal and integral concourse of its believers, faces the alternative of success or complete failure. Cooperativism requires people with a strong spirit, … Continue reading