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CIRCLE OF ADVISORS

By conNECKted TOO / November 16, 2021

Last line of conNECKtedTOO’s mission (2018-2019), which anchored the present active transformation of conNECKtedTOO into TINYisPOWERFUL. TINYisPOWERFUL inherited the legacy of conNECKtedTOO, including its assets from cash to art tools, archives of events and educational work, relationships with TINY Businesses and a creative place online. Its values and mission have basically remained the same. Its leadership was transformed, […]

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A CONVERSATION BETWEEN KIT LONEY AND JEAN-MARIE MAUCLET

By conNECKted TOO / November 4, 2021

CLICK HERE TO READ A CONVERSATION BETWEEN KIT LONEY AND JEAN-MARIE MAUCLET For the TINYisPOWERFUL collective to be viable, it needs to keep in close contact with its outside partners and supporters. This is the purpose of our NEWSLETTER and of the TINYisPOWERFUL website.  A lot of the work though, takes place between members, individually or […]

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A CONVERSATION BETWEEN PAMELLA GIBBS AND JEAN-MARIE MAUCLET

By conNECKted TOO / November 4, 2021

CLICK HERE TO READ A CONVERSATION BETWEEN PAMELLA GIBBS AND JEAN-MARIE MAUCLET  For the TINYisPOWERFUL collective to be viable, it needs to keep in close contact with its outside partners and supporters. This is the purpose of our NEWSLETTER and of the TINYisPOWERFUL website.  A lot of the work though, takes place between members, individually or […]

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Co Federal Credit Union Closes

By conNECKted TOO / October 13, 2021

By Barney Blakeney      9-28-21 Since 1966 Charleston’s C O Federal Credit Union sought to meet the financial needs of folks in the local region. September 17 it closed permanently. In January the National Credit Union Administration placed the credit union into conservatorship. Member deposits at C O Federal Credit Union remained protected by […]

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Season 2 – Ep. 1 – TINY TALKS: Collective Identity

By conNECKted TOO / September 23, 2021

Season 2 – Ep. 1 – Collective Identity w/ Victoria and Rayn LISTEN BELOW Charleston Rhizome Collective · Season 2 – Ep. 1 – Collective Identity w/ Victoria and Rayn FULL EPISODE Episode 1 | A Reflection on Collective Identity w/ Victoria & Rayn Thought Question: “What does collective identity mean to you?” Welcome back […]

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Forrest Raven – 843?- There Goes the (Neighbor) Hood Bibliography

By conNECKted TOO / September 17, 2021

“There Goes the (Neighbor) Hood” Bibliography By: Forrest Raven For more amazing work from Forrest check out her website here: https://www.favoritelibrarian.com/ and their Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/favoritelibrarian/ 🌼🌼🌼 Explore the history of Atlanta’s historic neighborhoods with this collection of resources. Resources include the Jackson Cluster electronic resource, the effect of redlining, wealth building, “segregation by design,” […]

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If Racism Was a Monster

By conNECKted TOO / August 31, 2021

It might look like me It might look like my father it might look like my daughter it might look like diabetics it might look like paramedics it might look like the systems like invisible systems it might loom like me it might move in the night but it moves in the light yes it […]

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843? – How Do Knowledge & Education Relate to Generational Wealth?

By conNECKted TOO / August 26, 2021
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Aysha Bowens – 843? zine – The Garden

By conNECKted TOO / August 26, 2021

“The Garden” By: Aysha Bowens while tending my garden, i see its potential where the soil dried up, even though there was no sun in the shadows of working through my past i envision others finding solace in my garden one day   i hope they find peace  as they walk by the lilac  that […]

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Aysha Bowens for 843? – zine – A Heartful History

By conNECKted TOO / August 26, 2021

“A Heartful History” By: Aysha Bowens It was acknowledged that I was creative, but instilled in me that I must take the more stable and safer route. That it was great that I could put things together on a computer screen to make them look good, but how would I make it in the real […]

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