Author Archives: Kitty Kroger

About Kitty Kroger

Kitty Kroger is a retired high school teacher of E.S.L. She has published her first novel, "Dancing with Mao and Miguel," which takes place in the 70s and deals with political, social, and personal concerns of that decade. In addition to writing, she is also involved in trying to make the world a better place, concerning herself with issues such as climate change and attacks on refugees and immigrants. She enjoys photography, including street photos (find her work on and Instagram), writes poetry, and plays in a piano ensemble. She also publishes a blog called "Voices of the Sixties and Seventies" (

My Trip to Marrakech, Dec. 16 to 24, 2017, by Kitty Kroger

Sunday, December 17 and Monday, December 18 I met Jeremy, my 40-year-old son, at the Tom Bradly terminal, and we took off for Marrakech, via Frankfurt and Lisbon. On our layover in Frankfurt it was snowing and 32 degrees. Somewhere we … Continue reading

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The Nation Cruise, Mexican Riviera, Dec. 1-8, 2017 Trip Journal by Kitty Kroger

[Note: for many more pictures of this cruise, see] Friday, December 1, 2017. Day 1 I picked up my friend and roommate Adele at 7:30 a.m. for the drive in my Prius to San Diego. We arrived, parked, and … Continue reading

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My Trip to Costa Rica, April 3-10, 2017: Pura Vida

  by Kitty Kroger (Note: more pictures of this trip can be found on After I returned from Southeast Asia in February, I was smitten by travel fever. Within a few weeks three friends and I made a rapid-fire … Continue reading

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My Trip to Southeast Asia, February 2017

January 28, 2017. Los Angeles to Siem Riep, Cambodia At LAX. As I arrived at Los Angeles airport (LAX) for my flight on China Southern to Cambodia, I heard a noisy demonstration outside the Tom Bradley international terminal. Protesters were … Continue reading

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My Experience with Cooperatives

by Jabari Jones Jabari Jones is a worker-owner of the Arizmendi Bakery & Pizzeria, a worker owned and run cooperative in the Bay Area of California. He can be reached at: I have been a member of a worker … Continue reading

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Mondragón: One Step Beyond Capitalism

By Gus diZerega Gus diZerega holds a Ph.D. in political science has taught in universities. He is an active Praxis member, writes two blogs online, and is a major contributor to the Praxis book, “Uncivil Liberties: Exposing Libertarianism.” His two … Continue reading

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Worker-owned coops made in the U.S.A.

A new book compiled by Enrico Massetti entitled Cooperative: Made in USA: Worker-owned and consumer cooperatives in the USA may be of interest to you. You can read a long excerpt from it, see some videos, gain access to an … Continue reading

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