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 →
Posts in the Category: TESA News
Over the past month, TESA Collective has been chatting it up with fellow advocates, activists, educators and cooperators about how to build a better world. We’ve asked folks who are working actively and cooperatively towards …Read More →
This a blog post by MD Spicer-Sitzes, a team member of the TESA Collective.Read More →
TESA is getting ready to launch our next board game: Rise Up: The Game of Movements. We need your help to give it a catchy, appealing slogan! Tell us which option is your favorite below, …Read More →
Policing and the industrial prison complex are a main topic of conversation in cities and towns all over the country. #BlackLivesMatter supporters have brought conversations to the forefront about the police and …Read More →
Being part of a small workers’ collective is a challenging and rewarding process. And while TESA has always been small, we’ve always managed to find a way to have a big impact, and people are …Read More →
Our first game, Co-opoly: The Game of Cooperatives, has been distributed to over thirty countries and used in homes, classrooms, and movement building spaces. It’s success is largely due to the fact that it …Read More →
The TESA Collective (The Toolbox for Education and Social Action) is an award-winning organization that creates educational resources and programs for social and economic change. We are a worker-owned cooperative. This means that each …Read More →
Who said the revolution canâ€™t be fun?
The worldâ€™s changing: students, neighbors, workers, and everyday people are organizing and building movements to take on corrupt corporations and unjust systems.
So we at the TESA Collective, the creators …Read More →
The worker cooperative movement is growing. Thatâ€™s because people across the country are realizing the economy and the businesses they work for would fair better if they were owned and governed democratically by the people. …Read More →