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Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy

Lessons from 10 Years of Building the Cooperative Movement

When TESA first launched roughly ten years ago, it was hard to see a week into the future, let alone a decade. It’s incredible to reflect on so many years spent working with so many people on cultivating the cooperative movement. In this time, we have been committed to building a more just and democratic economy, on both the local and national levels, with a powerful collection of partners.

We take significant pride in the programs, tools, and games we have developed for the co-op movement, as well as the fact that we have been involved in dozens of programs and projects across the US to support worker-ownership and the creation of a new economy. We have learned so much over this period of time, from so many people, and we wanted to share with you some of the big takeaways and observations we have compiled over the past ten years of building cooperative power.

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