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Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy

Building Worker Power: Solidarity, Cooperation and Care

Key Topics Explored at the Conference Include:

  • What are new forms of organizing where working people are joining together to improve their lives?

  • How do unions and worker cooperatives tangibly improve the lives of workers, families, and communities? 

  • What is the role of mass incarceration in weakening organized labor? How are struggles for abolition necessarily struggles for worker autonomy and control? 

  • How are communities and movements building solidarity across union and cooperative organizing? 

  • What is the role of care and care-work in struggles for worker power? How can care be centered as an organizing value and principle for labor–wage labor, worker-ownership, domestic labor? 

  • How can organized labor move power to membership and away from hierarchical leadership models?

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