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Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy

What if Black folks were just left uninterrupted?

What does cooperation look like on a city-wide scale?  How can we make sure community members know their voices are not just heard - but acted upon? 

Nia Evans and Cierra Peters explain the ways that the Boston Ujima Project gets results!  We also hear about their roots, and the shoulders of activists they proudly stand upon.

Listen to the episode at Remember the Future Podcast

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