In this webinar, Cooperation Humboldt co-founder David Cobb will describe their theory of change, their program areas and concrete projects, and how they engage local elections to advance their agenda as a 501(c)(3).
Local Bites is a podcast that tracks ideas and initiatives that resist corporate power, renew place-based economies, and preserve human and ecological well-being. Our goal is to feature the voices of activists and visionaries from all around the world who are driving creative grassroots initiatives that demonstrate the power of 'going local'.
A documentary episode on Worker Cooperatives, focusing on the topics of economic democracy, racial and social justice, and collectivist vs capitalistic values.
Featuring: Richard Wolff, Gopal Dayaneni, Doria Robinson, Najari Smith, and more.
Resource Generation Boston, Fresh Pond Capital, and the Boston Ujima Project are coming together to host a fundraiser to support Ujima's vision for a solidarity economy in Boston.
Join Resource Generation for a free webinar about redistributing wealth as young wealthy people against the #TaxScamBill. The #TaxScamBill — authored by wealthy politicians and hoards of lobbyists to benefit themselves, the richest Americans, and corporations — ensures that wealth will be further consolidated among a few, including progressive young people with access to wealth and class privilege and our families.
Key resources from NEON on sysytems and power, leadership, campaigns and more for campaigners, activists, and organizers.
In this episode of Upstream, we explore the Solidarity Economy through expert interviews, stories, and rich sound design.
— Michael Ventura
— Caroline Woolard
— Michael Lewis
— Pat Conaty
— Jessica Gordon Nembard
— Biba Schoenmaker (Breadfunds)
— Stuart Field (Breadfunds UK)
— Jos Veldhuizen (Broodfonds)
In this episode, we continue our exploration of the exciting and contentious idea of Universal Basic Income.
— Juliana Bidadanure (Stanford)
— Doug Henwood (Jacobin)
— Rutger Bregman
— Kathi Weeks
— Erik Olin Wright
— Richard Wolff
— Matt Bruenig
— Martin Kirk
— Manda Scott
— Sofa Gradin
Join the 2018 Economic Summit that marks The Greenlining Institute’s 25th anniversary – drawing strength from two and a half decades of racial justice advocacy, honoring those who came before us, and looking ahead to a more equitable future.
The retreat is for young people have high net wealth and/or who participate in–or want to participate in their families’ philanthropy and care about social, racial, economic, and environmental justice. Whether you have years of experience in philanthropy or are just beginning, this conference will be a place to further develop your skills, learn new ones and connect with young people across the country.