Skill Shares

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Independent Scholars

Shouldn’t we give our young people more expansive and culturally responsive options than policed and racist public schools? We want to build a teaching team interested providing home school options for our youth. Are you interested in working on this? Helping to develop it? We are looking for community based solutions?
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Transportation

Flywheel Skill Share facilitates a Transportation Project to address community needs and provide transportation for under-served and under-resourced populations in Madison. We strive to develop autonomous, sustainable, and a mutually supportive transportation system to fill in gaps of social services and public transportation. In furthering the Flywheel Skill Shares’ antiracist mission, we coordinate our transportation network and resources in order to prioritize the needs of Black people, Indigenous people, Latinx people, Asian people, and other people of color, seniors, people with disabilities, queer and trans people, individuals who live on low incomes, and
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Transformative Action Network

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Garden Project

Flywheel promotes a holistic and structural view of the food system that sees healthy food as a human right and addresses structural barriers to that right. Food Justice is about who grows our food, how it is grown, where it is grown, who gets to eat, and the pleasure and celebration of eating food, that is good food, clean food, fair food. Food Justice tells us that growing and eating food are political acts that challenge a system that is neither good, nor clean, nor fair.    People of color
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Abolitionist Restorative Justice

Flywheel SkillShare and Restorative Justice   The Flywheel SkillShare has been practicing restorative justice work in Dane County and within the schools. This work has included responsive restorative conversations that offer an anti-racist framework and restorative justice circles.    What is Abolitionist Restorative Justice?   Abolitionist Restorative Justice is a theory and practice of community-based approach to doing community building, responding when harm is caused or healing damaged relationships. This work is based on 360-degree accountability, mutual concern, dignity and respect.    Grounded in the view that all members of a community are worthy
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