Waller’s Coffee Shop

Where coffee and music come together

Waller’s Coffee Shop serves delicious beverages, live music, and mental health awareness. The shop is a true community hub for relaxing, learning, and sharing.   There is a resource wall for those interested in knowing more about mental health and where to seek help if needed. We host support groups, mental health first aid training, and continuing the DAD Presents video series focused on musicians talking about breaking the stigma attached to mental illness.  The shop hosts live music 3-4 nights a week as well as weekly songwriter nights and bluegrass jams. Waller’s Coffee Shop’s mission is to leave you feeling better than you arrived and we will accomplish that by excellent customer service, community programs, and live music. Oh and delicious coffee!

Compassionate Atlanta

Compassionate Atlanta is a grassroots movement that seeks to raise awareness about the benefits of compassionate action in the Greater Atlanta area. The Compassionate Atlanta Planning Team, which was formed in 2013, was instrumental in getting the City of Atlanta designated as a “Compassionate City.”


Yomol A’tel

Yomol A’tel is a group of solidarity economy companies formed by Tseltal indigenous families of Chiapas and collaborators who, together, work for social justice and the defense of their territory generating social ownership and business efficiency.

Yomol A’tel is means in Spanish “together we work, together we walk, together we dream”. It is a way of understanding work from the community worldview. In the center of Yomol A’tel is the person, for whom the capital is subordinated to his work.

Capeltic, nuestro café

At Capeltic, we think about our role in promoting the alternative model of solidarity economy, through the sale of products and a high quality service that promotes the defense of the rights of indigenous communities ( human rights , territory and culture) and collective rights. urban in the cooperative spirit. Our efforts are focused on modifying the correlation of forces currently found against the Tseltal families and the people in urban contexts with which we work. We dream of building alternative channels of direct commerce in which the social property of the entire economic cycle is ensured.

Chabtic, nuestra miel

Honey marketing company with sales nationwide in different presentations. As a School of Honey, it has a capacity-building approach in producers for the transformation and marketing of honey.

Xapontic, nuestro jabón

We are the fruit of the work and organization of Tseltal women, originally from 5 communities located in the North Jungle of Chiapas, a place where the spirit of the heart and nature still resist time; We work as producers in the production of handmade soaps, each of which are made with natural ingredients, for your personal care and that of our common home .

Misión de Bachajón

The Mission of Bachajón is affiliated with the Diocese of San Cristóbal de las Casas, entrusted to the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), and integrated by a diverse, self managed, and inculturated team of men and women from a wide variety of places. Together with the local community, the mission seeks to accompany the indigenous and mestizo peoples present in the territory of the Mission to organically strengthen the ts’umbaliletic people, their rights, their own systems of life and development, and contribute to the process of justice and harmony in the region.