In this week’s New Economy Roundup, we’re talking about building democracy beyond elections, how tenants are evicting their landlords, the youth building agroecology movements in Latin America, and it's #RadicalRealEstate week!
In this week’s New Economy Roundup, we’re talking about policy tools to advance Indigenous sovereignty and land return, how to set up a mutual aid fund, new research about Latinx Co-ops, an upcoming event with the Rising Majority to put capitalism and white supremacy on trial, and more.
This organization and our movement would not exist as it is today without Elandria Williams. As this network and the solidarity economy movement in the United States has evolved, Elandria has accompanied us every step of the way with crystal clear vision, deep faith, and unrelenting passion.
This week we’re talking about the recent win for Moms 4 Housing and community land trusts in Oakland, the year in review in the cooperative digital economy, and an intensive training for creative community building.
In our first New Economy Roundup of 2020, we’re talking about why the resurgence of a U.S. anti-war movement is crucial to building a liberatory new economy, indigenous fire management techniques in Australia, and major policy wins for public banking, worker ownership, and community land trusts in 2019.
This week we’re talking about building the next generation of cooperatives in 2020, the Black Youth Project’s “She Safe, We Safe” campaign, and a forum to reflect on New Belgium Brewing and the promise and the limitations of employee ownership.
Indigenous people are -- and have always been -- at the frontlines of resisting colonization. In the spirit of Truthsgiving, we want to use this space to lift up Native-led stories and resources that demonstrate that another way of life is possible. For more general resources decolonizing the myth of Thanksgiving, see this guide from the Center for Racial Justice.
This week we're talking about a report on how nonprofit's can better live into their values, California's mayors calling for PG&E to become a consumer cooperative, and how Barbados is exploring cooperatives to achieve it's fossil fuel free goals!