The Cahn Collaborative is a loosely organized group of programs and individuals intended to both honor and perpetuates the life work of Edgar Cahn. Partners include Swarthmore College, the Widener Delaware Law School, the Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, youth court programs in schools around the region, and more. The Cahn Collaborative is a multi-sector partnership between law firms, legal entities, K-12 educational institutions, community groups, law schools, higher education institutions, and philanthropy to memorialize the social justice activities of Edgar Cahn and to ensure they continue to be utilized to assist disadvantaged populations. Preserving his ideas and work is very important if disadvantaged populations are to successfully advance their lives.
The resolution was proposed by Council Member Mary M. Cheh
Resolution ACR24-0134, Effective from Feb 01, 2022 Published in DC Register Page 002038
"WHEREAS, Edgar’s work on Timebanking also led to his development of a far-reaching theory of systems change he called “Co-Production” that he offered as a new paradigm for human services, its theory and implications set forth in his book, “No More Throw Away People” on which he collaborated with Chris Gray;
References for co-production.
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