Miles Nowlin present his talk entitled: “Housing Justice is Cooperative: Preservation, Empowerment, and Stability in a Time of Crisis” at the National Association of Housing Cooperatives at their 59th annual meeting to be held in Miami next month. Manufactured Housing Communities are home to some of the most vulnerable low-income individuals in the […]
We are taking a few weeks off for the holidays, but for now, learn about this incredible fruit cooperative from central Washington. See you in 2018!
Ed Whitfield discusses using the co-op model to build black communities.
Here is an introduction to the concept of the platform co-op. To see it in action, visit social.coop and join for just $1/month!
Many co-ops start with the sweat and tears of their members. Check out of few of the stories from these co-ops:
This week, we kick off National Co-op Month with a retrospective on the birth of the “modern” co-op movement in the small industrial town of Rochdale, UK.
This week we take a look at the Argentinian recovered factory efforts. This movement was examined in the 2006 film by Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein, The Take. This weeks video visits some of the factories in 2015:
Want to learn about the Worker Coop model? Know someone considering organizing a worker coop? Please forward this email to anyone whom you think might be interested in registering for this course. This summer, The Evergreen State College will be offering Worker Cooperatives, An Introduction during the second summer session. This four-credit course meets on […]