reRoute: Building Power for a New Economy
reRoute was a 3-day convergence in July 2013 that brought together a diverse new generation of practitioners and organizers from across the US and Canada to share strategies, tools, and stories about our work creating a solidarity economy from the ground up in our communities and on our campuses.
Pathways to a New Economy
with David Wood, Institute for Responsible Investment; Maliha Safri, US Solidarity Economy Network; Alexa Bradley, On the Commons; Ed Whitfield, Fund for Democratic Communities, moderated by Dru Oja Jay, Media Co-op
Making a Living in the New Economy
with Elandria Williams, Highlander Center; Farah Tanis, Black Women's Blueprint; Jessie Reilly, TimebanksNYC; Juliet Schor, Boston College, moderated by Joshua Stephens, NYC-based co-op developer
Financing a New Economy
with Deyanira del Rio, New Economy Project (formerly NEDAP); Steve Wong, the Working World; Rose Espinola, Responsible Endowments Coalition, Leah Jeannesdaughter Klerr; Public Banking Institute, moderated by Kenneth Edusei, SolidarityNYC
Teaching and Learning a New Economics
with Renaud Gignac, University of Quebec; Brian Kelly, US Society for Ecological Economics; Olivia Geiger, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, moderated by Keith Harrington, New School
Stories from the New Economics Institute Campus Network
with Marcie Hawkins-Smith, North Carolina Student New Economy Coalition; Joel Williams, the Oak Tree Spokane; David Porinchok, Northern Arizona University Action Research Program
Food Justice and The New Economy – CoFED and Mariposa Food Co-op
Building Political Power for a New Economy– SolidarityNYC/Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance
Can The Economics Curriculum Be Reformed? Lessons From Activists In France and Quebec – PEPS / Horizons Economiques
The Real Food Challenge: Uniting Students For A Just and Sustainable Food System – Real Food Challenge
Mapping The New Economy – Shareable/Data Commons Project/Solidarity NYC
How To Start A Worker Co-op – Boston Center for Community Ownership
Non-hierarchical Staffing Structures – North American Students Of Cooperation
Bringing Solidarity Home: creating alternative housing economies through cooperative living – NASCO
Timebanks From New York to California – Timebanks NYC/Bay Area Community Exchange
Growing New Routes: New Paths to the Future – AORTA Collective
Growing New Roots: Rethinking In(ter)dependence – AORTA Collective
Raising Student Voices: Promoting University Community Investment through Student Action and Community Partnerships – Responsible Endowments Coalition and the Democracy Collaborative
Bridging the Class Divide in the New Economy – Class Action
Email reroute [at] neweconomicsinstitute [dot] org
reRoute would not be possible without the generous support of the following organizations and companies:
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And finally, a big thank you to the following people who contributed to our successful crowdfunding campaign:
Carina, Yakir, Farzana, Marina, Robert, SmithMillCreek, Peter, Charles, James, Paul, Neal, Stuart, Vivien, Noel, Elizabeth, Steve, Stewart, Janet, Carol, Nancy, Julie, Natalie, Justin, Coco, Cathy, the American Sustainable Business Council, Elsa, Will, Patrick, John, Brian, David, Kathryn, Romy, Beeno, and Farha-Joyce
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