Our movements for freedom thrive when we share and develop knowledge together. We learn from what we have in common, and we learn just as much from our differences. We value deep collective study, and we honor what we have observed and experienced ourselves. This empowers members to contribute effectively to the development of their enterprises/organizations, and to inform the general public (particularly young people and opinion leaders) about the nature and benefits of solidarity and cooperation. We also know that our movements are more resilient and powerful when we are leaderful, instead of dependent on a small number of overworked and burned out individuals. To get there we have to prioritize developing leadership within our organizations and across our movement.