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NY Times brings attention to emerging collectives in urban centers

Posted on October 9, 2009 by
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A recent NY Times article profiles several urban households that are currently forming small collectives. FIC‘s Laird Schaub shares details about the recent surge in community.

JOHANNA BRONK wants to make communal vegetarian meals and keep chickens. Mariel Berger hopes for social, artistic and political collaborations. Harmony Hazard is into hula hooping, book groups and anarchism….The impetus for the group home or collective they hope to form is less about finances – though it is true that pooling resources yields better real estate – and more about community building.

Read the full article here.


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