Collective Strength

Simple. Compassionate. Patient.


Our Mission at Repaired Nations is to educate, organize and empower low income Black youth in the Bay Area to launch cooperative enterprises for sustainable economic security through shared ownership and control of housing and businesses.

REPAIRED NATIONS creates redress for historic trends of oppression through cooperative training and development for collective ownership. Initially, REPAIRED NATIONS focuses on building wealth in Black communities by giving youth the tools needed to remain rooted: access to land and access to capital. Bookclubs, Workshops, and Trainings will educate and inspire communities to engage in cooperative effort, while giving grounded, practical skills for collective ownership.

We repair the effects of colonization and oppression by helping to weave interconnected communities into thriving, sustainable networks to equitably provide the essentials of life.

We value cooperation, simplicity, patience, and compassion, never straying from these in our pursuit of ecologically sustainable development in under-resourced communities.

Repaired Nations is a fiscally sponsored project of the Social Good Fund 501(c)(3).

Steering Committee

Gregory Jackson, Jr.

Project Lead – Co-Founder

Equal Justice Works Fellow, sponsored by PIllsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP at the Sustainable Economies Law Center.

Domonic Ware

Co-Founder

Leader, Organizer, Co-Op Champion. Assisting with Outreach for upcoming Think Outside the Boss Workshops, in the Kiokosi Cohort.

Jasmine “Honey Gold”

Ghana Project Manager – Kikosi Collective

Jasmine is a prolific multi-media artist that hosts healing workshops and is a facilitator for Youth Impact Hub’s fellowship program.

Mazin Jamal

Coaching – Kikosi Collective

Leads training-the-trainer facilitation for upcoming Think Outside the Boss Workshops. Founder of Holistic Underground

Andre Creer

TOTB Facilitator – Kikosi Collective 

Part Emcee, part serial-entrepreneur, part engineer, Andre contributes holistic, logical analysis and experiential knowledge

Mandela Duncan

TOTB Facilitator – Kikosi Collective 

Staff at the Sustainable Economies Law Center. Ricardo was one of Greg’s first supervisor’s int he New Economy 

Cordell “Deli” Hayes

TOTB Facilitator – Kikosi Collective 

Deli is a prolific artists known for his proficiency in visual art, emceeing, and events. Deli recently dropped “Kozmic Ratchet”.

A. Crsna Cox

TOTB Facilitator – Kikosi Collective 

Crsna is a serial-entrepreneur known for both his though-provoking philosophies and for his proficiency on the mic. 

Ajman “AjGod” Thrower

TOTB Facilitator – Kikosi Collective 

AjGod is a preeminent DJ, music producer, and event producer.  AjGod has been the driving force behind many successful Bay Area art events.

Advisors

Mia Jackson

Advisory Board

Mia has over 20 years of experience in finance and banking. Mia helps Greg flesh out financial feasibility for upcoming projects.

Vylma Ortiz

Advisory Board

Vylma is an advocacy specialist at the SF Women’s Building. Greg & Vylma worked in KPFA together, and Vylma’s analysis on women’s issues is crucial.

Noni Session

Advisory Board

Director at the East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative. Noni has worked closely with Greg for the book clubs & during EBPREC’s launch.

Colin Miller

Advisory Board

Colin is the Coordinator of the Oakland Climate Action Coalition. 

Monica Falcon

Advisory Board

Free thinker and leader of the new economy, Monica plans to transform our economic system into a free, gift-based economy.

Orca Raptalon

Advisory Board

Orca is a Black farmer and agriculture entrepreneur who specializes in holistic, closed & sustainable systems 

Phoenix Love Armenta

Advisory Board

Phoenix is the founder of Woke Witch, the founder of the Get Free Project, an avid ecologist, and political strategist.

Nicole Giles

Intern

Phoenix is the founder of Woke Witch, the founder of the Get Free Project, an avid ecologist, and political strategist.

Ricardo Nunez

Advisory Board

Staff at the Sustainable Economies Law Center. Ricardo was one of Greg’s first supervisor’s int he New Economy