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COLLECTIVE REMAKE: Art, Business, Education, Jobs, News, People, and Recycling for Sustainability is a unique social enterprise—in Los Angeles County—designed to support the creation of worker-owned businesses and other kinds of cooperatives with people who have been incarcerated and other individuals who have been pushed out of the mainstream economy due to race, sex, class, gender identity, age or ability.


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Interview: Jessica Gordon-Nembhard on past lessons for economic empowerment

Interview: Jessica Gordon-Nembhard on past lessons for economic empowerment

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The Association of Cooperative Educators, ACE, links researchers, trainers, developers and communicators interested in cooperatives and credit unions, primarily in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. It operates in English, French and Spanish.
Featured as part of the ACE Webinar Series
“If the global Covid-19 pandemic puts society at risk, it nevertheless affects the most vulnerable, such as women, refugees, migrants or racialized people, much more violently, due to economic and social inequalities. How can cooperatives help marginalized individuals and groups and ensure their long-term empowerment?” (ACE)

With Jessica Gordon-Nembhard and Claudia Arroyo


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Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice by Jessica Gordon-Nembhard’s Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice.

For a $100 donation we will send you a copy.

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