Mutual Aid is an integral part of community health, working together to ensure we all survive and prosper. In this video we introduce the importance of mutual aid, the benefits of volunteering in local action, how to start your own support network, and we cover some basic networking techniques to expand your social sphere.
Special thanks to Lilith, Queen of Design for helping with the graphics, and to workerguy, Ilkin Gamber, and our other patrons for funding this video.
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