May 8 2017

The Atlantic – ‘We’re Trying to Create the Village Again’

…By his estimation, few of the 100-plus people who’ve gone through MILPA have ended up in legal trouble, save for relatively minor, drug-related infractions. That isn’t a precise way to measure outcomes from the program—to show how and whether it achieves its goals. And it’s difficult to tell, this early in its lifespan, whether its teachings will influence young people in the long term. But the participants themselves seem to believe in MILPA as a personally transformative force…

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