Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy
Preface and chapter 1 of Louis Razeto's guide to creating solidarity enterprises.
Cadwell Turnbull interviews Tim Huet about his cooperative history.
Jessica Gordon-Nembhard talks about her research into the history of African-American co-ops.
Unit 3 of How to Create a Solidarity Enterprise.
In this Unit the solidarity group is asked to deepen their understanding and commitment by identifying and prioritizing their objectives as individuals and as a group.
A look at 3 mutual aid groups that have been responding to the covid-19 crisis.
The principle of spreading losses is important to expand upon to make the worker co-operative movement resistant to, and even benefited by, economic disruptions.
In this Solidarity Chicago session, you will learn historical and contemporary examples of how our communities have employed rotating savings and credit associations, peer-to-peer lending, and other creative methods of harnessing capital.
The alternative weekly newspaper in Akron, Ohio is converting to a reader-owned cooperative.
Mutual aid mobile apothecaries are taking off as a model for providing health services to people who may not have access otherwise.