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How to create a repair movement

 
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There are many places we can get repair circles/cafes/shops/clubs going from universities to libraries to farmers markets. Businesses can the perk of repairing employees broken stuff. Colleges and community centers can host repair classes. People can make viral repair challenge youtube videos.

For a large list of ideas of how to create a repair movement see here https://opencollaboration.wordpress.com/2021/01/21/how-to-create-a-repair-movement/
 
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Also check out the self replication system within the TrashRobot.org tech-stack.TRASHROBOT
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