October 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Capitalism has the potential to destroy the planet if we don’t implement a new economic system. The US Solidarity Network (US SEN) was formed at the first US Social Forum in Atlanta in 2007 to connect individuals, organizations, businesses to nurture and build that new system. Now fueled by the emergence of efforts, including Cooperation Humboldt, a regional coalition and cooperative economic effort in Northern California and Cooperation Jackson, a Black-led effort in Jackson Mississippi, the Network is moving towards connecting local economy efforts, at building that new economic system, into a national Coalition under the umbrella of SEN. Join us for an evening on the status of the Cooperative Solidarity Economics Movement with David Cobb (Cooperation Humboldt) and Emily Kawano (Solidarity Economy Network) and New York Reports from: Green Worker Cooperatives, Cooperative Economics Alliance of New York City (CEANYC) and New York City National Organization of Worker Coops NYCNOWC.
Zoom details will be sent on the day of the talk to those who’ve registered.
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