Our second episode is live now! We talk about COOPERATION AMONG COOPERATIVES, and engage in conversation with NEC member Co-op Dayton, an organization that is using community & worker ownership as a catalyst to transform Dayton’s Black and working class neighborhoods.
Solidarity Economy Shorts is a podcast collaboration between NEC & Cooperative Media Journal. In our first episode we talk about LAND LIBERATION, and engage in conversation with NEC member Nuns & Nones, a community of sisters and seekers who connect to explore the themes of justice, spiritual practice, and how to respond to the needs of the times.
Niki Franco is back to break down what we mean by the term “disaster capitalism” and how communities all over the world — from PR to New Orleans to Hawai’i — have resisted it and built just recovery efforts that return resources and power to the grassroots.
The US is obsessed with the word “democracy” – but what would real, grassroots democracy actually look like? Learn how initiatives like peoples budgets, movement assemblies and workplace democracy are putting real decision making power into community hands.
On the the anniversary of Stonewall, we’re learning all about the radical roots of Pride Month (hint: Stonewall was an uprising against police brutality) and the importance of building abolition into our movements for queer & trans liberation.