The Collective for Liberation, Ecology, and Technology is a small, woman-owned collective that works to maintain, develop, extend, and promote open tools and documentation for communication and organization.

Decentralizing our Data

In the past decade, a multitude of online tools and applications have been made available to us for “free.” But, they aren’t without cost. In the Economist article, The Incorporated Woman, Jennifer Lyn Morone describes her experience trying to take…

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Spring/Summer Brainstorming

From May through July 2017, Lauryl, Dana, and I gathered these unedited ideas and resources in a pirate pad as we began to think through what CoLET would/should be. Brainstorm and Resources Name Possibilities  Something with architecture  some variation on…

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Tools For More Secure Communication

Over the past week, we’ve all heard a lot of worries and concerns because of the election results. Working together to support each other is crucial. But, doing so securely is essential. Here are few quick things you can do…

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Why CoLET?

Dana, Lauryl, and Camille came together in May 2017 to think about how to carve out a space for technology and technologists within radical and progressive activism.  We all come from the cooperative/solidarity economy space and found that while many…

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