Event Recap: Piloting Community Innovation and Building New Economic Models

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Stephanie Ung leads the 2022 NEW Fellows and audience through a series of hand gestures from traditional Khmer dance.

On May 22, 2023, People’s Economy Lab invited community partners, funders, government leaders and staff, and other folks in the PEL network to a showcase event. We packed the classroom…

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Three-year Report, 2020-2022

People’s Economy Lab is a small organization with big dreams. We’re fiscally sponsored. We only have five team members, most working part-time. But there’s more to us than that. We…

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Restaurant 2 Garden Cultivates Intergenerational Connections Through Food Waste Management

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Composting in the Danny Woo Community Garden.

The end goal of a just transition is an equitable and regenerative economy. That means an economy centered around well-being and care of all people and the environment. It means…

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Announcing the 2022 New Economy Washington Frontline Community Fellows

People’s Economy Lab and Front and Centered are excited to announce the second cohort of New Economy Washington (NEW) Frontline Community Fellows. This year’s fellowship program is designed to support…

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Inaugural Frontline Community Fellows Imagine a New Economy, Build Community Learning Cohort

In 2021, what do a Native artist center, BIPOC food share program, Latinx community agriculture, driver’s union, and community owned real estate and social impact business, have in common? They…

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