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Mutual Aid Networks and Local Solidarity
An Interview with Stephanie Rearick
October 5
Evolution of the US Solidarity Economy
Laura Flanders on the Rising Visibility of Cooperative Economics
Transnational Institute
October 2
2 New Ebooks from Las Indias
The Book of Community & The P2P Mode of Production
Las Indias
September 29
Three Pioneering Faces of Public Hope
A Small Village, A Unique Book, and An Innovative Learning Community
Len Krimerman
September 28
From Memoir to Memoirista
Coming Alive In Dangerous Times (1961-1983): Chapter 5
Len Krimerman
September 25
Co-operative Education
Training the Next Generation of Co-operative Leaders
Simon Berge
September 23
Advocacy Support for Worker Cooperatives
Creating a Full-Fledged Support System
David Morgan
September 21
Conflict Resolution for Cooperatives
Tips from Esteban Kelly of Anti-Oppression Resource and Traning Alliance
September 18
The World's First Prisoner Worker Co-op
Transforming prisoners' lives through cooperation in Puerto Rico
Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo
September 16
Your Turn Now
Coming Alive In Dangerous Times (1961-1983): Chapter 4
Len Krimerman
September 15
Becoming the Change
Sex, Power, Love and Money
Michael Johnson, Monica Day
September 11
Self Care, Community Care, and Systemic Change
The Emerging & Evolving Economies Jam
Chris Tittle
September 9
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Oct 13 There's nothing quite like traveling in the “third world” to put one's own situation in perspective. I like to flatter myself by thinking that I...
Oct 13 It was a cooperative in Puerto Rico's Guayama prison that changed his life. Growing up, Roberto Luis Rodriguez Rosario was surrounded by violence,...
Oct 12 Grace Lee Boggs was born in 1915, the child of Chinese immigrants, above the family’s restaurant in Providence, Rhode Island.  By 16, she was at...
Oct 9 Co-ops and co-op members need to have higher expectations of professional behaviour from other co-operators. This is a movement where we have an...
Oct 9 Back in the day, factory workers at the Chicago-based Republic Windows and Doors were simply told what to do. That wasn’t unusual. Workers might...
Oct 9 Register for the conference Go to the GEO front page
Oct 7 Initially, people pooled resources to buy each other’s freedom when we were enslaved. This was simple, but meaningful, as we didn’t own ourselves....
Oct 5 Originally, Skoros emerged as a response to an increasingly commercialized and consumerist (Athenian) society. It represented an experimentation...
Oct 3 Most meals on Temple University's main campus are served by a huge, multinational food-services company, Sodexo.But in a sunny room tucked away in...
Oct 3 WASHINGTON (October 1, 2015) – National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson today hailed the nation’s many and varied cooperatives, noting...