The Universal Income Project is looking for a motivated part-time Basic Income Organizer, helping to advocate for an American Universal Basic Income. They’re organizing Basic Income Create-A-Thons around the United States.

The first basic income Create-a-thon

A Create-A-Thon is a weekend marathon of intrinsically-motivated work, writers, artists, videographers, developers, musicians, and other creatives come together to create content and media around the theme of a Universal Basic Income in the United States. They’ve already organized one Create-A-Thon, which took place in November in San Francisco. They’re now looking to organize them in other cities.

This is a month-to-month position with a $1000 stipend per month, starting immediately. The commitment is 15 hours/week, and applicants must be in the San Francisco Bay Area. Location will be flexible for most work hours, but applicants must have regular access to a computer and internet. For more information go to:

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About Karl Widerquist

Karl Widerquist has written 983 articles.

Karl Widerquist is a Professor of political philosophy at Georgetown University-Qatar. He specializes in distributive justice—the ethics of who has what. Much of his work involves Universal Basic Income (UBI). He is a co-founder of the U.S. Basic Income Guarantee Network (USBIG). He served as co-chair of the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN) for 7 years, and a member of the BIEN EC for 14 years. He was the Editor of the USBIG NewsFlash for 15 years and of the BIEN NewsFlash for 4 years. He is a cofounder of BIEN’s news website, Basic Income News. He is a cofounder of the journal "Basic Income Studies." Widerquist has published several books and many articles on UBI both in academic journals and in the popular media. He has appeared on or been quoted by many major media outlets, such as NPR’s On Point, NPR’s Marketplace, PRI’s the World, CNBC, Al-Jazeera, 538, Vice, Dissent, the New York Times, Forbes, the Financial Times, and the Atlantic Monthly, which called him “a leader of the worldwide basic income movement.” Most of Karl Widerquist's academic writing is available at his research website ( For more information about him, see his BIEN profile (