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* [[Bay Area Public School]] - a free, self-organizing, anti-capitalist school.
* [[Bay Area Public School]] - a free, self-organizing, anti-capitalist school.
* [[Black Hole Collective Lab]] - a space and celluloid film lab far outside of commercial industry.
* [[CAMO]] - a visual art gallery utilizing the walls of the Omni Commons.
* [[Counter Culture Labs]] - a citizen science and DIYbio space that is open sourcing biology.
* [[Counter Culture Labs]] - a citizen science and DIYbio space that is open sourcing biology.
* [[Food Not Bombs]] - bringing free food to the hungry for over 30 years.
* [[Food Not Bombs]] - bringing free food to the hungry for over 30 years.
* [[La Commune Cafe and Bookstore]] - a worker-owned cafe and bookstore that serves as the entrance to Omni Commons.
* [[Global Women's Strike]] - a global campaign to make visible and establish the value of unwaged and low-waged caregiving work in the home, on the land and in the community, including justice and survival work, and to press for resources for that work.  
* [[Material Print Machine]] - an artist-run community print studio and bindery dedicated to the art of print and publishing.
* [[Material Print Machine]] - an artist-run community print studio and bindery dedicated to the art of print and publishing.
* [[Optik Allusions]] - a radical film collective dedicated to social change.
* [[Optik Allusions]] - a radical film collective dedicated to social change.

Revision as of 14:55, 4 September 2015

  • Bay Area Public School - a free, self-organizing, anti-capitalist school.
  • Counter Culture Labs - a citizen science and DIYbio space that is open sourcing biology.
  • Food Not Bombs - bringing free food to the hungry for over 30 years.
  • Global Women's Strike - a global campaign to make visible and establish the value of unwaged and low-waged caregiving work in the home, on the land and in the community, including justice and survival work, and to press for resources for that work.
  • Material Print Machine - an artist-run community print studio and bindery dedicated to the art of print and publishing.
  • Optik Allusions - a radical film collective dedicated to social change.
  • Phat Beets - a food justice collective organized around farmers markets and CSAs, nutrition education, and supporting small farmers.
  • Sudo Room - a free and open creative community and hackerspace.
  • Timeless, Infinite Light - an Oakland small press focused on contemporary poetry and critical theory.

How do I start a collective?