Topic: Cooperatives

Blog
Produce aisle of Mandela Foods Cooperative, Oakland, CA
Posted on 6/18/15

Think food co-ops can only exist in wealthy neighborhoods? Think again, and then check out this exciting new resource from the Cooperative Development Institute (an NEC member) detailing different models of cooperative ownership that are bringing real food and good jobs to low-income communities around the US.

Event
US Social Forum
Event Date: 06/24/2015 (All day)

The US Social Forum (USSF) is a space to come up with the peoples’ solutions to the economic and ecological crisis. NEC is collaborating with a number of partners on a People's Movement Assembly on June 27 in Philadelphia that will be focused on the solidarity economy. More details to follow.

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Two people stand in front of a chalkboard reading "Solidarity,"
Posted on 4/23/15

Signs of deep economic changes are slowly taking place across the United States, focusing on cooperative/solidarity economics.

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In a black and white photo, a man stands in front of the door of a house featuring a sign reading "Tupelo Branch: Mississippi Federated Cooperatives"
Posted on 4/22/15

Climate change, shifting demographics, and sobering economic realities for a growing number of Americans have sparked increased awareness of the need to re-examine how working class people and communities of color will successfully participate in tomorrow’s economy, the one they will inherit when our nation becomes an ethnic plurality.

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A group is young people is sitting around a map placed on a table, some drinking out of juice boxes. One holds a pencil and looks like he's preparing to mark it.
Posted on 4/22/15

We can learn a lot about what it takes to build a new economy by looking into the hidden histories of localism and cooperative economics in our own cities.

Event
NEM event logo
Event Date: 09/19/2015 - 1:30pm

Join us for a day of celebration and exploration of the new economy.

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Black Lives Matter protest in Ferguson | citation: http://sgeproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/ferguson-black-lives-matter-slide.jpg
Posted on 4/10/15

We dedicate CoopEcon this year to Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, the many other victims of police and other racist violence; We honor the heroic people of Ferguson and the countless ordinary people in communities across the country who know a change must come and are willing to participate in creating that change.

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Event Date: 05/04/2015 - 1:00pm

NCBA CLUSA's 2015 Annual Cooperatives Conference will focus on advocacy, giving you the opportunity to bring your cooperative issues and voice dire

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