Resonance Network is a network of over 3,000 Black, Indigenous, immigrant, women, femme, trans, and two-spirit people and their co-conspirators who are building a world beyond violence—a world rooted in mutual care, where all people live in dignity, and all beings can thrive.
We are healers, leaders, artists, survivors, and storytellers creating visionary spaces to access creativity and radical imagination, build deep relationship, and practice what it means to thrive each day, in our families, communities, and beyond.
Resonance Network believes a world beyond violence is possible—and within reach.
This world will exist when there is:
- widespread individual commitment to personal healing and transformation;
- deep relationship building in communities to practice and grow beyond dominant culture norms;
- the will and capacity to create collective systems that reflect these values and take them to scale.
This world is not new. These ideas of collective care and self governance have their roots in Indigenous wisdom in which each generation shares in the responsibility for the care and well-being of the earth and generations before and after; these practices have been lived for generations, and are being practiced today in communities around the world.
Our work is worldbuilding. We are planting the seeds of the world we’re creating, each day.
WHAT WE DO
To co-create the world we all deserve, Resonance Network participants are:
Activating Radical Imagination:
Co-creating community-rooted action spaces that interrupt the current dominant worldview, and cultivate mutual care in our selves, communities, and collective systems
Claiming Collective Governance:
Practicing—in our families, tribes, teams, and communities—a set of principles that affirm our sacred responsibility to care for one another and the earth
Building Reach and Resonance:
Building authentic relationships, a shared vision, and collaborative action with individuals and communities who share a commitment to building a liberatory future