Dottie Zold creates space for youth encounters and intergenerational communities and healing through practical work and conversations.
She met Rudolf Steiner’s work at 29 and her first book was Archangel Michael His Mission and Ours. She founded Elderberries Threefold Cafe in 2008 after seeing the Youth Section housing at the bottom of the Hill in Dornach and is cofounder of the Have Seeds Initiative House in Los Angeles, Urban First Aid – Art As Medicine and the How We Will forums that take place each year in different parts of the United States.
As a threefold activist she has led youth to Moral Monday Los Angeles, Standing Rock, the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, cooking meals for the March Against Monsanto events and works with houseless youth and adults with special needs. Now in Chicago a second threefold cafe/cultural hub is forming with an eye on working with Thresholds, a live in high school for youth who have aged out of the foster care system. Her parents, Michael and Christ are her guiding Lights.
Getting into ‘Good trouble’ seems to be a way of life.
Organizing For a Threefold Societal Shift in Our Time
Forming Curative Communities