Tiny is Sustainable

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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SOLIDARITY ECONOMY

By conNECKted TOO / July 11, 2021

When in Charleston, pre-covid, Sarah Turquety, with a simple exercise in social awareness, transformed a disparate group of individualists into a cluster of community strong neighbors. Her poetry speaks of solidarity, militancy, family, nature. Her voice is spiced with a ray of sun. She is young and French, an artist living in a region of villages with 200 to 2000 inhabitants, in SW France

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How to approach Shared Ownership policies, one project at a time

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / December 23, 2020

This document is based on TINYisPOWERFUL (TiP) values as outlined in its mission & vision (www.tinyispowerful.com/about-us/), as well as four conversations by the TiP Circle of Advisors (Summer and fall 2020). We believe that ART & TINY BUSINESS are nimble, adaptable, profitable, for the people and that BELONGING means celebrating many histories and cultures. That […]

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SOCAP 2020 Notes & Reflections

By conNECKted TOO / December 17, 2020

With great thanks to Alternate ROOTS and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, TINYisPOWERFUL was invited to attend/participate/present during SOCAP 2020 — a global summit centering impact economy. There were corporations, banks, foundations, high wealth individuals and then there was us; a TINY collective of collectives; artists, businesses and cultural workers. I went in with […]

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TINY

By conNECKted TOO / September 30, 2020

by JEAN-MARIE MAUCLET This Lexicon has a reason to be: building a community of words which cover one of knowledge, which translates into one of purpose. TINY is one of those words. Our collective attaches it to POWERFUL and affirms: TINYisPOWERFUL. Why? Today, we understand that what the earth can produce to sustain its 9 and some billion population […]

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“Beautiful Tension”

By conNECKted TOO / September 30, 2020

people places possibilities ………push ..pull……….  Who’s leading? Who’s winning?  Whose is it, anyway? …………….push…… …pull…………………..…pull……..push don’t stifle creativity with plan-ing, prepare-ing, propose-ing, push, pull,  push, pull,  push But  be sure to  plan, prepare, propose,  Produce. ……push…..push……push…….. We are the choir  

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TINY Systems with Fresh Future Farm – COMING SOON

By conNECKted TOO / July 10, 2020

Join Fresh Future Farm and conNECKtedTOO –> TINYisPOWERFUL for a conversation about food access, food apartheid, and local systems. This event is Free and Open to the Public. email TINYisPOWERFUL@gmail.com to register for the new date (coming soon) ### Consider signing this petition to Support Land Justice for Fresh Future Farm by clicking here: https://campaigns.organizefor.org/petitions/land-justice-for-fresh-future-farm 

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A TALE OF CHARLESTON

By Abetterbusinessxabb@gmail.com / July 2, 2020

(click here for original formatting) conNECKtedTOO—>TINYisPOWERFUL is launching an other Art and Culture, in/with community experiment in defense of TINY BUSINESS as a sustainable form of commerce. After ‘the Charleston Cut’, dedicated to barbering, we are launching TINY CULINARY, to support the cause of very small restaurants and/or food-related entreprises unable to comply with the […]

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What Has Been Done? What Will Continue? A Few Examples…

By conNECKted TOO / June 24, 2020
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