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Author: Jesika Feather

Jesika Feather is a teacher, mother, and writer. Currently she is a member of the Heart and Spoon community in Eugene, Oregon.

Articles by Jesika Feather include:

  • Emergency Community (Issue # 144)
  • Parenting in Community (Issue # 146)

Cookin’ Dinner for the Revolution

Posted on June 4, 2015 by
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A vibrant, reliable, and nourishing home-base can provide activists with a much-needed feeling of sustainability.

Parenting in Community

Posted on March 7, 2010 by
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Though “baby having” had not been a consensus decision, a small community embraces a newborn, survives his infancy, and bonds like any other family: doing each other’s dishes, snuggling on the couch, and fighting over who gets a shower before the hot water runs out.

Emergency Community

Posted on September 7, 2009 by
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After serving thousands of meals, a community of post-Katrina relief kitchen volunteers moves to the West Coast and acquires a mortgage, a baby, full-time jobs, and the challenges of the mundane.

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