The bakery is closed until January 2, 1013. See you in the New Year!
We are hiring a part-time Baker Apprentice to join our team of baker-organizers! Candidates should enjoy physical work, be passionate about food and justice and strive for their work to have a positive impact in their community and local economy. Work will be balanced between baking, community organizing, relationship-building, fundraising, and administrative tasks. Please see the job description for details, and help us to spread the word to good folks. Applications are due by 5pm on Friday, October 26th.
Here is the job description: Baker Apprentice Job Description 10.2012
Here is the application: Job Application. To fill out the application, either fill out the form on a computer, save it and email it back to us, or print out a copy and drop it off at the bakery – DO NOT use the “submit” function at the top of the form, it will probably not work.
We are excited to be growing!!
The Hope-Shabu family talks about what Bread Uprising means to them, in the third of a series of videos! Our Indiegogo campaign ends tomorrow (Thursday) night, so please donate and spread the word if you haven’t done so already!!!
Mikel Barton talks about what Bread Uprising means to him, in the secondof a series of videos. We’ll be posting more videos tomorrow. Our Indiegogo campaign ends Thursday night, so please donate and spread the word if you haven’t done so already!!
Serena Sebring & Emily Chavez talk about what Bread Uprising means to them, in the first of a series of videos. We’ll be posting more videos over the next few day. Our Indiegogo campaign ends Thursday night, so please donate and spread the word if you haven’t done so already!!
Thanks for all the support on our fundraising campaign from our family, friends, and community. You have spread our message at your workplaces, facebook pages, and throughout your larger communities.
We have also gotten some great press in the Indy and there will be more to come. You can read the little piece about us here.
We are fundraising to pay our bakers’ salaries so they can spend 4 months experimenting with different economic models, so that we can make this bakery sustainable in the long term while building access to food. This is seed money so that we can figure out how to scale up to full-time production as a worker co-operative! Continue reading
We are at the end of our 9th season here at the bakery, and we’ve been dreaming big.
Over the past 2 years, we’ve baked weekly bread for an average of 35 families & households. We’ve built a bakery where members contribute what they can, and receive the bread that they want and need. We have worked to build an economy based on love and solidarity. Bread Uprising’s membership is a radical majority (at least 60%) people of color, and there is priority membership for anyone who does not have consistent access to food.
Now, we’re ready to take root, grow bigger, and blossom. And we need your help!
Check out http://www.indiegogo.com/breaduprising or watch the video below to find out about our fundraising campaign. We’re using the money to create a worker co-op, make great bread accessible to everyone, and ensure that we’ll be here for the long haul!
Home nostalgia bagels
sticking quiche toast
Ronaldo more parsley
searching sweet love
string cheese saltines comfort.
-Collectively written poem from bread story-sharing activity at Bread Uprising’s Spring Bakery Assembly (May 20, 2012)
More notes from the assembly below…
It has been a busy Spring at the bakery, so here is a brief update to let you know some of what we have been up to!
1. Season 9 is coming up
2. Annual Report
3. Save the Date for our next Assembly, May 20th
4. General Updates
Ha sido una primavera llena de cosas en la panadería. Aquí va una breve actualización para que sepas algo de lo que estamos haciendo!
1. Empieza la 9a Temporada
2. Informe Anual
3. Reserva/anota la fecha de nuestra próxima Asamblea, 20 de mayo
4. Actualizaciones generales