Map the Quiet Revolution in Your City

Mar 21, 2014

The Quiet Revolution is rising up in every corner of this country -- our map proves it! Thanks to the submissions of our members, we now know hundreds of places that are connecting and empowering the new workforce.

The “How to be a Quiet Revolutionary” map features any place that’s helping regular people live the independent, connected lives they want to live. And if it’s owned by the people who work or shop or connect there, that’s even better.

Please help map the movement.

Join other freelancers who have already started mapping the movement, like:

  • Elisa Colcord who told us about Thincsavannah, a coworking space in Savannah, GA.
  • Denise Cheng who told us about Bartertown Diner, a worker-owned diner serving vegetarian, vegan, and raw food in Grand Rapids, Mich.
  • Susan Dorsch who told us about Alleycat Acres, an urban farming collective in Seattle (oh, and Susan also runs Seattle’s Office Nomads coworking space)
  • And the dozens of people who told us about their local credit unions and food co-ops, from Santa Clara to St. Louis to Brooklyn.

Map the movement today.

Sara Horowitz

As the founder of Freelancers Union, Sara has been a voice for freelancers for over two decades.