Emily Kennedy
Emily has worked as a magazine editor, content strategist, journalist, government ghostwriter, and more. She currently works as the Co-Founder of creative communications consulting company Skunk Social.

See more at www.kennedywrites.com or follow Emily @Kennedy_Writes.

Entries by Emily Kennedy

Will the Government Co-operate With Canada's Co-ops?

(6) Comments | Posted June 28, 2012 | 8:25 AM

This week, Montreal will welcome hundreds of leaders from a business sector that is trying to "build a better world": The co-op sector.

Co-op leaders from across Canada are meeting from June 27 to 28, in celebration of the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives, sharing its...

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Coacharity: Feel Better About How Much You're Spending on Coachella

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2012 | 4:50 PM


It's probably the most you'll spend on any bracelet, particularly one that doesn't even have any semi-precious stones, not to mention it's only in style for 10 days max. It's the Coachella Music and Arts Festival wristband, and it's one of the most expensive...

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Get Occupied With The Co-op Movement

(15) Comments | Posted November 18, 2011 | 12:11 AM

I bet you haven't heard of the global movement that's demanding a democratic economy. The one that's unsatisfied with the corporate business model and the way banks dominate the system. The one that's been occupying the social change arena since 1844. They're the Co-Operative Movement.

From national...

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Arrested Adulthood: Pre-Adults Stuck Between Life Stages

(51) Comments | Posted August 26, 2011 | 1:19 PM

Dear "pre-adults" (18 to 35-year-olds, that's you),

Oh, did you think you were an adult already? Sorry. I too just learned I wasn't. It's kind of shocking, right? Or is it a relief (do I get better tax credits with that)? Well, researchers think we're in a whole new life...

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