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Collective CopiesMonday, January 3rd, 2022 at 3:05pm
Due to the COVID surge, we will be helping customers via email only.
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Thanks to the Berkshire Eagle for their Editors Pick,
Who Knew? Roadside Revelations in Western Mass


Rob Weir's book is available now at LevellersPress.com
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Collective CopiesMonday, December 13th, 2021 at 5:36pm
Equal Exchange coffee, tea, and chocolate are back in Amherst!

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Due to the COVID surge, we will be helping customers via email only. amherst @collectivecopies.com florence @collectivecopies.com
Collective Copies will be CLOSED on Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11, 2021 🥰🙌
(of course) our shops will be closed on Monday, October 11, 2021 for Indigenous Peoples' Day
Collective Copies of Amherst and Florence MA will (of course!) be closed on Monday, September 6 for #LaborDay https://t.co/17KZoC9WBX CollectiveCopie photo
Our shop at 93 Main Street, Florence, MA will be closed on Friday, July 30, 2021
When I first moved to Northampton, people told me that the tall monument on the top of West Street was where two Irish men were hanged in the early 19th century, and that’s not true. I mean, they were hanged, but not... https://t.co/89bwHnHbNt
The first modern air conditioning system was invented in 1902 by Willis Carrier, but it was not necessarily to keep homes cool. Rather, it was to solve a problem that Sackett & Wilhelms Lithography and Printing Company in Brooklyn, N.Y., was having: high humidity.
Collective Copies will close on Monday, July 5th for the federal holiday. 🇺🇸 #goCoop
Wishing you all Joyous Holidays and a Happy New Year!

Many Thanks,
Stephen, Steve, Nancy, Randy, Faith, Matt, & Caleb (aka The Collective) https://t.co/0qkA98xfr9
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We made it!
The end of the year is finally here.

We have been so touched by the support of our community, and we can't wait to see all of your faces again.

If you need gift ideas, we can make it easy. You can purchase books and gift certificates here https://t.co/YV1Ku6MNAm https://t.co/hFOo1QbHTS
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A Minnesota Cooperative Shares the Wealth While Advancing a Clean Energy Future https://t.co/8pZDryuLcj
As America continues to struggle with the fallout from widespread, prolonged systemic racism, including its impact on the food system, intentionally designed co-ops could provide a path forward
This Holiday Season, buy gifts for friends and loved ones from Worker-Owned businesses
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So grateful to see Steve Pfarrer take up two of our recent Off the Common titles —

Muriel and the Grocer's Daughter: A Memoir by Lee Uttmark Wicks, and

Camouflage of Noise and Science: Poems by Barry DeCarli https://t.co/gkMEYdiAoJ

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Worker-ownership...it’s what keeps us going and growing.
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