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February is Black History Month

Cooperatives have long been used as a tool to establish deep roots in communities and give everyone the opportunity to meaningfully participate in their society and economy. Black communities in particular have historically used cooperatives as a strategy for shared economic advancement in the face of incredible odds.

Click HERE to view two sessions from the 2020 Cooperative IMPACT conference: "The Challenge of Achieving Racial Equity" by Jessica Gordon-Nembhard, co-op professor and historian; and "Cooperatives Can Advance DEI: Lesson,s Issues and Ways Forward" moderated by NCB's VP of Corproate Affairs, John Holdsclaw IV.

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