I grew up in a Russian family, where March 8th, International Women’s Day, has always been a big deal. There …Read More →
Posts By: TESA Collective
This tribute was originally part of an update to our Rise Up: The Game of People and Power Kickstarter backers. To view the original update, visit the Rise Up Kickstarter page.
On December 30th, I lost …Read More →
In 2016, TESA Collective worked with a number of talented organizations and groups to co-create inspiring projects that support building democratic education and collective processes.
Here are some quick project highlights:Read More →
In his 1967 book Where Do We Go From Here?, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said: “The prescription for the cure rests with the accurate diagnosis of the disease.” That quote rings deeply true in …Read More →
Students from a class on cooperatives held at the Franklin County House of Corrections (FCHC), a jail in Greenfield, Massachusetts, recently showcased their creative visions for cooperative businesses in a graduation ceremony for the course.Read More →
With causes like Standing Rock and Black Lives Matter leading the way in social justice movements, many of us are choosing to purchase gifts this year that align with what we believe in. TESA Collective …Read More →
TESA Collective is proud to be a member of the U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives for many reasons, and their recent formation of a Racial & Economic Justice Council is one of them. Among the …Read More →
Thanks to 740 people and organizations who backed Rise Up: The Game of People and Power on Kickstarter, we’re proud to report that our board game about building movements will be available to the …Read More →
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. The holiday is, for many, a great excuse to spend time with family. However, for some, it’s a time to reflect and mourn a painful history and legacy of …Read More →
We at the TESA Collective are devastated by the election results and the rise of Donald Trump. To be clear, TESA does not officially support any individual party, but Donald Trump must be recognized for …Read More →