Reimagining American Community

Friends:

What are the ideas we need in order to renew American civil society successfully?

Answer: the ideas that will rebuild the informal networks that once kept our local economies growing and our neighborhoods functioning.

The ideas of people like Wendell Berry, E.F. Schumacher, Jane Jacobs, and Dorothy Day, in short.

Solidarity Hall is not about a narrow view of electoral politics, though it is a political project in the proper sense of the word. We are about bringing traditional, natural law-based wisdom to bear on our living landscapes in the service of new community–through a new program of books, conferences, a podcast series, and writers’ workshops. 

Now that we are being discovered, we want to act on our vision of a new generation of civic and social entrepreneurs, faith-based and informed by tradition, who want to re-imagine and remake our common life.

Our first goal is to raise a seed fund of $25,000 to allow us to upgrade our website and to produce our first Solidarity Hall podcast series (on the Moral Economy). 

We’re looking to create a group of Founding Donors who support our vision and could donate $1,000 to our campaign.

If you are not able to donate at that level, we will be happy to apply a donation at any level and will apply it toward our new Solidarity Hall Membership program! (Details to come soon.)

If you and/or someone you know would like to know more about us and our plans, please contact us at info@solidarityhall.org.

Thanks!

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Solidarity Hall is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible.

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Solidarity Hall is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible.