This report offers a path to address the crises of increasing racial and economic inequality, exacerbated by the pandemic and its economic and social impacts, with a time-tested solution: cooperatives. The publication presents the landscape of worker, housing and childcare cooperatives, the ecosystems that support them, examples, and policy opportunities to help them flourish.
For more than half a century, cooperatives across the nation have recognized October as Co-op Month.
CCCD’s collection of webinar workshop recordings cater to varying experience levels and is relevant to a multitude of types of co-ops. Some workshops are applicable across the various sectors of cooperatives, and others provide introductory or other information applicable to specific sectors.
Derived from the efforts and expertise of many partners and support organizations, CCCD presents a resource list for California co-ops navigating business and member hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CCCD and other members of CooperationWorks! are offering daily office hours on Zoom, so co-ops across the country can log on and consult with a real live co-op developer in this time of crisis.
What if a nonprofit wrote a report and city policy actually changed as a result?
AURORA, Colo. — Cassie Larimer is the assistant director of Happy Ladybug Early Learning, a child care center and preschool tucked into a one-story brick building in this city east of Denver.
The romance of neoliberal peasant farming blinds us to our collective power
Let’s get this out of the way, first:
Katherine Martinko | treehugger.com --You'll be shocked to learn what goes on behind the scenes at grocery stores – and relieved to know there's a much better alternative.
nmpf.org | Oct. 28, 2019 --Dairy is a quirky commodity. It’s a highly perishable product “harvested” every day. It’s in all 50 states.