What are cooperatives and how do they work? What is their role in movements for justice, democracy, and equity? And how can you form a co-op in your community?
This webinar series will explore these questions in depth with some of today’s leading thinkers and practitioners in this growing field. Cooperatives have a long, vibrant history in both the US and abroad, and have been an instrumental way of building wealth for everyday people. More than 130 million Americans already belong to one or another form of cooperative, and this form of ownership is poised to grow even bigger.
Join our three-part webinar series to hear inspiring stories from co-op member/owners, find out about different models and the basic principles of cooperative ownership, consider the role of cooperatives in social movements, and learn how you can form a co-op to build democratically-owned wealth in your community and beyond. Register for just one, or all three discussions.
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