Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy
Why Black women teachers are especially well-suited for teaching life skills.
There has been a boom in young Black people getting involved in agriculture.
Jessica Gordon-Nembhard talks about her research into the history of African-American co-ops.
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.
Joseph Cureton discusses the holding company model being used by the Staffing Cooperative (now the Orban Cooperative).
A list of readings on Black liberation and economic democracy.
Malik Yakini talks about his life, work, and inspirations working for food sovereignty and social justice in Detroit, MI.
An interview with Angelica, Bianca, and Noa of Tribe Co-create, conducted by Malikia Johnson as part of the Take Care of Each Other World Tour.
Community land trusts can be a mechanism for realizing reparations in urban and underserved communities.