The Radical Grandma Collective is a collaboration between six women from the US and the radical grandma activist-weavers of Na Nong Bong, Thailand. The six of us were introduced to Na Nong Bong as undergraduate students on a study abroad program focusing on human rights and the environment. In 2015, Becky, Katie, Mariko, and Zoe found themselves back in Thailand and in early 2016, had a conversation with Ranong Kongsaen (or Mae Rote, as everyone calls her) to ask if there was any way that they could support the village in its community organizing. Mae Rote told them about how women in the village had a weaving group that raised money for KRBK, the community's mining resistance group. She then asked if they thought they could sell their hand-woven scarves internationally. From there, the Radical Grandma Collective was born. Really, the name says it all– the grandmas are doing all of their own weaving, organizing, and fighting. Our role is to bring them to you.