The Fund for
Slow Factory is a movement that aims to reach collective liberation through cultural change, storytelling, design and science.
Become a patron of Collective Liberation
Our Liberation is Interconnected & Interdependent
Fund collective liberation and systemic change countering misinformation, transforming climate education and generating innovative solutions for People and Planet.
- Media Justice & Narrative Change (Countering Misinformation) with a daily reach of 10M
- Peer to Peer Learning Frameworks (Systemic change through learning and skill training)
- Public Advocacy Platform (Global South Issues to the Mainstream)
Collective Liberation is:
1. Speaking Truth to Power
We use Media Justice, open education, and storytelling to counter misinformation reshape “mainstream” narratives and systems by centering the perspectives and lived experiences of the Global Majority.
2. Designing Regenerative Systems
We redesign existing systems from a regenerative perspective, creating incubator programs, design challenges, material science innovations, and work with existing industries to redesign and re-envision harmful systems.
Seeding Racial, Climate & Disability Justice Through:
Supply chain transformation
“As a diasporic person of color, it’s so hard for me to access information that aligns with my heritage. Growing up, the default knowledge society is white, Eurocentric, Anglocentric, and androcentric. Before Slow Factory, I had no idea about cultural perpetuity, community actualisation, or even what decolonization really was. You all have enabled me to access knowledge that truly aligns with who I am and where I’m from. Thank you so much for that.”
“I wanted to thank you for the work you do to educate all of us. I am grateful to have attended your recent online art showcase I Really Love This Song. It made me feel so inspired to see other artists like myself creating and sharing revolutionary art. Your workshops, resources, and posts are much appreciated and very helpful.”
“I thank the Slow Factory for creating a critical platform with the resources to navigate the daunting waters of unlearning and allowing me to be challenged and hold myself accountable when I have to, while simultaneously creating a space where hope and cooperation are encouraged... And it has been a catalyst to get engaged in the conversations that pave the route towards a just and equitable future where everyone can be. Thank you, Slow Factory!”
— Laiyonelth Hurtado