CAPTURE THE CROWN
A fundamental mission of our organization is to re-distribute wealth from capitalists to disadvantaged communities. Our coalition serves as an offensive measure against colonialism and the lineage that followed. One way to get rid of police, is by becoming the society that doesn’t require them. Here’s an attempt to create abundance, in a nutshell…
WHAT CAN WE DO TODAY/NOW?
Learn more about, and get involved in:
• Mutual Aid
• Community Gardens
• Cooperative Stores
• Community Land Trusts
Separately, these initiatives may seem powerful on their own, but alone they will not be enough to make up for the miles we must gain. There are significant opportunities for growth within and around these hubs, which may be calling for you.
LET GO OF ‘ONE’ & LEVERAGE CHANGE
Through the work of activists and revolutionaries, cultural, structural, and political changes have occurred throughout history. Over the course of that history, large groups have leveraged a more humanitarian environment – from the Union Strikes to the Black Panther Movement to the rise of voices today… leverage has been created.
We cannot allow it to be about one person anymore. When we empower all of us/of ourselves, we increase that leverage.
COLLECTIVE & COALITION
Creating an efficient and effective flow of revolving wealth is the objective. Towards and furthering this end, we must rely on one another (as an organization) in order to circulate wealth and encourage unity through the creation of more partnerships and collaborative engagements.
It is highly recommended that initiatives form coalitions with at least three additional groups in order to achieve success. Success depends on the group’s ability to sustain the accomplishments of the coalition.
FROM SOVEREIGNTY TO ABOLITION
Mutual Aid volunteers collaborate with CLT curators to display and sell art.
Cooperatives suppliment mutual aid with goods to distribute to the communities for free.
Community Gardens supply the Cooperative with goods to package and sell.
Land Trusts supply the land and property accordingly to community garden needs.
“A community that populates solidarity is a community that is protected, not policed.”