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Elias Crim:
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"The Chicago-based Kola Nut Collaborative is a mutual support network of people engaged in reciprocal exchange of services, skills, and goods through a timebank where the currency is an hour of time for everyone. It also hosts solidarity economy programs with partners, including Cooperation Chicago. Its director is Michael Tekhen Strode, a Midwestern leader in social innovation and the moderator of this panel."
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(https://solidarityhall.org/articles_main/beyond-distributism-to-solidarity-economics/)
  
 
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Revision as of 07:10, 1 August 2020

= "KNC is a mutual support network of people engaged in reciprocal exchange of services, skills, and goods through a timebank where the currency is an hour of time for everyone".

URL = https://kolanutcollab.org/

Description

Elias Crim:

"The Chicago-based Kola Nut Collaborative is a mutual support network of people engaged in reciprocal exchange of services, skills, and goods through a timebank where the currency is an hour of time for everyone. It also hosts solidarity economy programs with partners, including Cooperation Chicago. Its director is Michael Tekhen Strode, a Midwestern leader in social innovation and the moderator of this panel." (https://solidarityhall.org/articles_main/beyond-distributism-to-solidarity-economics/)