GEO 4 (II)

Education is key to our individual growth, our movement, to meeting ever-new challenges. We hope that this double issue will give you new ideas, more energy for creativity, and spur action that will help us to build a world where people have work that they love, and where they love their work.

Education for Economic Liberation

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by Michael Johnson, GEO Collective

Tuesday November 3 marked a milestone for the book project of the Valley Alliance of Worker Cooperatives (VAWC).  Food for Thought Books, a 33-year collective and member of VAWC, hosted an advance book sale for CO-OP VALLEY! THE WORKER COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT IN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY.  They organized the event to help finance the writing and publishing of the book.
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by Bob St.Peter

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by Jacquelyn Yates, Ohio Employee Ownership Center, Kent State University

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by the Justice, Ecology and Democracy (JED) Collective

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By Christina A. Clamp, Director, Center for Cooperatives and Community Economic Development, and Professor, School of Community Economic Development, Southern New Hampshire University

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