Communities Winter Issue – The Many Faces of Community

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Communities Magazine — Winter 2015
The Many Faces of Community
Latest Issue in Print (and Digital)
Free Articles Published Online

Community and the Law - Communities Magazine Cover - Fall #168The Many Faces of Community—Issue #169

Our new Communities issue on The Many Faces of Community was mailed to subscribers in late November. You can subscribe now or order a sample and we’ll ship you a copy today!

Community can take many forms other than “intentional.” In our Winter issue, veterans of the High Wind Association network and others share their experiences exploring and cultivating community both within and outside of intentional community settings—from refugee camps and inner city schools to small towns and rural ecovillages. Local food, space colonization, compassionate communication, and a host of other topics find their way into these pages as well. Please join us!

Articles Featured Online. The following articles from our current issue have been posted at our blog

The Many Faces of Community, #169 ContentsThe Many Faces of Community, #169 Contents by Chris Roth

Community can take many forms other than “intentional.” In our Winter issue, veterans of the High Wind Association network and others share their experiences exploring and cultivating community both within and outside of intentional community settings.

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Many Faces Many Faces  by Chris Roth

Our new issue, supported by High Wind Association, explores the many forms community can take.
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Three Kinds of Community—Three Kinds of Experience and LearningThree Kinds of Community—Three Kinds of Experience and Learning by
Belden Paulson

Whether with refugees, in the inner city, or in intentional groups, community holds life-long lessons.

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Also in This Issue

  • Publisher’s Note—An Evolving Movement by Sky Blue
  • Faces of Community by Michael Wherley
  • Finding Community Outside of “Community” by Sam Makita
  • Offerings to the Land by Mary Murphy
  • Getting to Community and Life after Community: Collectivism vs. Individuality by Lisa Paulson
  • The Unexpected Journey by Elizabeth Matson
  • Gifts, Skills, and Passions: A Community Organizer Looks at Community by Janice Christensen
  • Community: Innovation and Shifting Mindsets by Jewell Riano-Bradley
  • Space, Mk 3 Mod 3 by David Lagerman
  • Evidence and Beliefs: Lessons from Oberlin by Carl N. McDaniel
  • Intentional Communities: Something Old, Something New by Maureen Gallagher
  • The Urge to Connect by Rachael Love Cohen
  • The Long Trail Home: Discovering My Own Community by Clistine Morningstar
  • Moving ahead at the Hermitage by Johannes Zinzendorf
  • What I Miss about Findhorn by Graham Meltzer
  • How Sharing Food Builds Community in Silicon Valley by Peter Ruddock
  • How to Live Together in Harmony by Cedar Rose Selenite
  • Sociocracy, Feelings, and Emotions by Jock Millenson
  • The Six Steps of Proposal-Forming in Sociocracy by Diana Leafe Christian
  • Creating Cooperative Culture—Integrative Conversation: Arriving On Earth by Michael Bridge


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Since 1972, Communities has been the primary resource for information, issues, and ideas about intentional communities in North America – from urban co-ops to cohousing groups to ecovillages to rural communes. Communities now also focuses on creating and enhancing community in the workplace, in nonprofit or activist organizations, and in neighborhoods, with enhanced coverage of international communities as well. We explore the joys and challenges of cooperation in its many dimensions.

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