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New Economy ROUNDUP

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New Economy Roundup: #Striketober, Co-ops vs. the Gig Economy, Growing Mutual Aid

It’s the last New Economy Roundup of 2021! Let us know what you love about the Roundup and what you’d like to see change next year. This week we’re talking about the growing wave of strikes around the world, frontline climate solutions, how Black co-ops are carrying forward legacies of care and survival, cooperative alternatives to the gig economy, the connections between mutual aid and the solidarity economy, and more.

New Economy Roundup: Land Back in Action, Public Banking Win, Food Sovereignty Now

This week we’re talking about Indigenous-led organizing to restore land, livelihoods and collective self-determination, a recent win for public banking in LA, an upcoming day of action for food sovereignty, reflections of the 10th anniversary of Occupy Wallstreet, and...

New Economy Roundup: Co-op Month, CLTs from the Bronx to Berlin, Black Social Economies

This week we’re talking about Co-op Month, how communities are reclaiming land and housing from the Bronx to Berlin, solidarity with Haitian and Black migrants, Indigenous resistance in Brazil, grassroots energy democracy in Puerto Rico, the Black social economy and...

New Economy Roundup: The World We Want, Hurricane Ida Just Recovery, “Indigenous Resistance Against Carbon”

We’re baaack! After a month of rest, reflection and connection, NEC staff is back online – which means the New Economy Roundup is also back to its bimonthly schedule. This week we’re talking about what the world we want looks like, just recovery after Hurricane Ida,...

New Economy Roundup: Public Banking Act, #CancelRent, Building Solidarity Economy Ecosystems

This week we’re talking about congressional hearings on the Public Banking Act, the expiring eviction moratorium, the history of solidarity economy ecosystems, building economic resilience through cooperation in Lebanon, Downtown Crenshaw Rising’s campaign to...

New Economy Roundup: Wiyot-led Solidarity Economy, Fighting Food Apartheid in Baltimore, Rural Co-op Power

This week we’re talking about an Indigenous-led community land trust in northern California, the fight against food apartheid in Baltimore, how alternative currencies are building local resilience, ending US economic imperialism in Cuba and Haiti, rural cooperative...

New Economy Roundup: Climate Crisis & the Solidarity Economy, Creative Wildfire Manifesto, Another World is Happening

This week we’re talking about the PNW heatwave and how solidarity economy organizers are preparing for climate migration; $1.5M in city funding for cooperative housing in NYC; solidarity with Palestine; global movements for seed sovereignty; a new manifesto we’re...

New Economy Roundup: Reparations June, Indigenous Energy Futures, Economics for Emancipation

This week we’re talking about Juneteenth and reparations, Indigenous-led organizing for energy democracy and health cooperatives, solidarity economy policy recommendations from around the world, a new podcast series on Economics for Emancipation, and more!

New Economy Roundup: Solidarity Economy vs. Capitalism, Free Palestine, Public Banking in the Pandemic

This week we’re talking about how the solidarity economy can move us beyond capitalism, a new bill to finance co-ops, uprisings in Palestine and calls to defund Israeli military forces, how public banks around the world have responded to the pandemic, why cooperative...

New Economy Roundup: Housing for All, #PeoplesBudget, Asian American Solidarity Economies

This week we’re talking about why community ownership is a vital COVID recovery strategy, how public banking can build the solidarity economy, the national strike in Colombia, Asian American solidarity economies, resources to build your own #PeoplesBudget campaign, and more.

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Resources from our Network

The Ujamaa Hour Archives

The Ujamaa Hour Archives

The Ujamaa Hour is a monthly webcast hosted by writer, facilitator, and organizer, Michael Tekhen Strode, exploring the Black social and solidarity...

Mutual Aid Legal Toolkit

Mutual Aid Legal Toolkit

"Mutual aid networks exploded onto the scene with pandemic shelter-in-place orders. By some counts, there are well over 1,000 new mutual aid...

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Welcome New NEC Members!

Welcome New NEC Members!

In addition to new board members, we are thrilled to welcome the following 23 organizations as members of the NEC network! This incredible cohort of new members are bringing important sectors, regions, and strategies that were underrepresented in the network.  If your...

Join us in welcoming 6 new NEC board members!

Join us in welcoming 6 new NEC board members!

Welcome Libbie Cohn, Mekyah Davis, David Ferris, Yuki Kidokoro, Mike Strode, and Stacey Sutton to the NEC board!! We could not be more grateful and overjoyed to bring the wisdom of these brilliant organizers into the leadership of our network. The six of them were...

Meet our Creative Wildfire Artists!

Meet our Creative Wildfire Artists!

A few months ago, New Economy Coalition, Movement Generation and the Climate Justice Alliance put out the Resist a Return to Normal Manifesto to make it clear that we aren't going back to "normal". Instead, we are going to collectively build a just transition towards...

Summer Sabbatical: NEC Offices are Closed in August

Summer Sabbatical: NEC Offices are Closed in August

After this past year of pandemic, global uprisings and economic crises, and major organizational shifts at NEC, our small team is in need of deep rest. We’ve collectively decided to slow down our work and close our office during the month of August. The majority of...

We’re Hiring a Director of Donor Organizing!

We’re Hiring a Director of Donor Organizing!

NEC seeks a Director of Donor Organizing to guide our efforts in building a cross-class, multi-racial network of people bringing resources into the Solidarity Economy movement. We strongly encourage people of color, working class, LGBTQ, and/or womxn candidates to apply.

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