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The Three Things We're Working to Achieve

 by Steve Nesich
Development Director for Take Back Your Time

 

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Since the time I started working for Take Back Your Time in late 2014, people have asked me what our organization is about and what we’re trying to accomplish. It’s not always easy to explain to someone who hasn’t heard of us before, and we don’t comfortably fit into any easily understood organizational grouping or issue area such as “environmental group,” “labor group,” “community organizing group,” “health and wellness group” or “wealth & poverty group”---although the work we do touches on each of those directly.  [Read more...]

Take Back Your Time Day

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Take Back Your Time Day was celebrated on Saturday, October 24, 2015. Community celebrations took place across the U.S. People from all types of professions and students across campuses joined to celebrate the day and reflect on the importance of the Take Back Your Time movement. Please continue to spread our message on Social Media by using #takebackyourtime2gether and #takebackyourtime. [Read more]

 

 

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Time Matters: The National Take Back Your Time Conference

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Time Matters: The National Take Back Your Time Conference will be held August 25-27 at Seattle University in Seattle, Washington. We are expecting 200-300 people for a spirited discussion about overwork and time poverty in America and what we can do to give Americans more time in their stressed lives. We’ll host luminaries in the work-leisure balance field including America’s most prominent leisure historian Benjamin Hunnicutt of the University of Iowa. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn from experts and activists and there will be plenty of time for networking.

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