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Join the Village Building Movement with City Repair!
We are currently facing a time of great ecological, collective and personal potentiality for how we can inhabit this planet more respectfully. Many of us struggle with feeling isolated and disempowered as we struggle to metabolize our grief and find ways to contribute to the solution. We believe that the act of reclaiming public space and “commons culture” is a pivotal pathway to finding our “place” within the larger movement for positive change in this world.

You will hear from two long-time community organizers about City Repair’s model of “village building” from its origin to present day applications in a wide variety of contexts. In this webinar, we hope to equip you with enough stories and tools for facilitating village building to creatively respond to the opportunities emerging in your community.

Mar 28, 2018 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Sebastian Collet
Sebastian Collet is a designer and community builder located in Sebastopol, California where he has hosted the Sebastopol Village Building Convergence. He has a background in Architectural design and Natural building and he served as the PlaceMaking coordinator for City Repair for a number of years when he lived in Portland, OR.
Ridhi D'Cruz
Ridhi D'Cruz is one of three co-Executive Directors of City Repair. As an intercontinental cross-pollinator, sociocultural anthropologist, and permaculture educator, Ridhi participates, facilitates, and supports various initiatives in the areas of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Placemaking, Capacity Building, Houseless Advocacy, Native American Allyship, Cultural Sustainability, and more.