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Good stories offer us hope that a better world is possible. They also expand our imaginations, spark new dreams, convey lessons learned, and move us into action.

As part of our new campaign “From What Is to What If: Reimagining and Rebuilding Our World,” on July 28th, Transition US hosted the first in a se

Following the recent announcement that our founding Executive Director, Carolyne Stayton, will be retiring at the end of August after 11 years of dedicated service, we (the staff of Transition US) wanted to let you know a bit more about who we are and what we are currently envisioning for the future.

In phase one of our “From What Is to What If” national campaign, we are inviting you to envision a better future with us. Positive visioning has been a key aspect of the Transition approach from the very beginning because of its ability to catalyze new ideas and perspectives, and ground our community resilience-building work in a sense of credible hope and possibility.

On June 23rd, 25 Transition leaders from across the country met virtually to share and explore strategies for bridging community resilience and social justice.

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Closing circle at the 2018 Building Resilient Communities Convergence in Hopland, California. Photo by the author.

Our nation is in mourning, and so are we.

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Transition Supports Black Lives Matter!

2020 has already been an extremely challenging year for nearly everyone here in the US and around the world. With over 100,000 dead from COVID-19, more than 40 million out of work, and after 10 weeks of lockdown, this country was already on edge when four Minneapolis police officers murdered George Floyd in broad daylight, on videotape, 10 days ago.

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Many Italians played music and sang from their balconies during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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