Regeneración Featured in "The Commoner!"

An online journal called The Commoner focuses on exploration of the act of "commoning," or making commons. Based out of the UK and in existence for the past 10 years, the most recent issue is about "care work, domestic labor, social reproduction." It's co-edited by Silvia Federici, an activist from the radical autonomist feminist Marxist tradition and an elder of our community.

The issue features interviews with RJ Maccani, one of the founders of Regeneración, and Priscilla Gonzalez, director of Domestic Workers United, one of our partner groups. It also features information about Regeneración and our mission. 

Click here for the full issue, which includes this and much more about the labor of care!

Happy Birthday, Regeneración!

Regeneración is now six years old! This year, our birthday happened a little bit later than usual, in January, but we kept many of our usual traditions like our celebration at the American Museum of Natural History.

We were thrilled to have many new kids and parents join us this year, and spent the day hanging out in giant oyster shells, eating ever-popular pickle-hummus-cheese sandwiches, choosing our favorite dinosaurs, and playing tag in the whale room. And as always, we ended our celebration with cake in the lobby.

Thank you to all our friends for another wonderful year!

Celebrate Six Years With Us!

Dear Children, Families, and Childcare Volunteers! 

Regeneración Childcare NYC is celebrating our 6th Birthday on Sunday, January 22nd and we invite all children and childcare volunteers to join us at the American Museum of Natural History from 11a to 4p! 

For more information, or if your child will need a morning pick-up, please contact Lauren or Ileana at childcarenyc-at-gmail-dot-com. 

Regeneración's 6th Birthday Party 
WHO: All children who work with us (and other invited guests!), the
Regeneración crew, and any caretakers/parents/friends who want to join us 
WHEN: Sunday, January 22nd from 11a to 4p --> meet us at 11a under the dinosaur skeletons in the lobby and pick back up there at 4p! 
WHERE: American Museum of Natural History (79th Street and Central Park West, take the B,C to 81st or 1 to 79th) 
HOW: 
  • Children get dropped off by caretakers/parents at 11a under the dinosaur skeletons in the lobby, 
  • Caretakers/parents head off to do whatever they want to do that day (or stick around with us), 
  • Children and Regeneración crew explore the museum, 
  • Regeneración crew prepares and provides lunch in the special museum cafeteria for school groups, 
  • Everyone cuts some cake and sings happy birthday back in the lobby before the children rejoin their caretakers/parents at 4p! 

WHY: To continue building relationships and community amongst all of us (ages 0 to 120 yrs) envisioning the most wonderful world possible for all!

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