Toli Genin, Xavier Brocks, and Derrel Myers and Tom Mage discuss their experiences in a commune experience called the Encampment for Citizenship, which is held on the University of Washington campus each summer. The panelists are from varying backgrounds and places in the country. The encampment features daily lectures in the day and the evening, workshops, and more informal conversational sessions amongst the participants. They also discuss the group governance methods and challenges. Moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson.
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