Topic: Cooperatives

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Event Date: 02/28/2020 - 6:00pm

A space to socialize, interact, and explore how we spend or share our time.

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Event Date: 02/28/2020 - 10:00am

Co-ops inevitably overlap with other movements and in this webinar we will explore how worker co-ops fit into the Social and Solidarity Economy and with social enterprises. We invite participants to come with ideas of how to better partner in these spaces for mutual benefit, and will have shared with CWCF some ideas on how CWCF can partner for the benefit of the worker co-op movement.

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Event Date: 02/20/2020 - 2:00pm

This webinar will explore how community development financial institutions are supporting community-based development in the Black Belt and Mississippi Delta; the role of peer networks in supporting Black-led entrepreneurship; the struggle to maintain Black control of land in the South; and more.

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Event Date: 08/28/2019 - 9:00am

Dr. Nembhard will be sharing an inspiring set of stories from her research and community organizing experience, focused on how African American communities have created benefit and overcome challenges through cooperative organizing.

Event
Event Date: 07/31/2019 - 2:00pm

In this workshop,

Blog
Posted on 7/5/19

NEC will be at the country's largest progressive gathering next week!

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Published June 2019

It’s time to put the power back in the hands of those that own our rural electric cooperatives–the member-owners.

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Event Date: 04/26/2019 (All day)

WestCo is a regional conference for members of cooperatives in the Western United States and Canada.

Resource
Published January 2019

Planet Community is a series highlighting examples of intentional communities that are living better by living together. Season 1 features communities in the Midwest of the US.

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Published December 2018

Covering five years of business progress, the 2017 Worker Cooperative State of the Sector is a report on worker-owned business in the United States. This report is a co-production of Democracy at Work Institute and U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives, drawing upon the latest developments in the field, and deepens our understanding of the sector.

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