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Co-ops and People of Color

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Your hard-working and tireless co-op board, your committed volunteers, and your committed community members have worked so hard to get to this point... it’s time to hire the General Manager for your store! Excited? Terrified? Both? The GM is not only the leader of the operations of your store, but... Learn more
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Every community has its own story, opportunities and challenges when organizing a food co-op. This is no exception in communities of color that have suffered the most from disinvestment and extractive economic practices. Listen to lessons learned by organizers in Flint, Michigan and Dorchester,... Learn more
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Although African-Americans have a long history of utilizing co-ops as a way to galvanize wealth in the face of systemic exclusion from the mainstream economy, the food co-op movement in the U.S. is overwhelmingly white. This session will examine the ongoing efforts to develop the Detroit People’s... Learn more
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Is your start up group or food co-op leadership mostly white folks despite your best efforts to embody the cooperative values of equality, equity and solidarity? Are you interested in why that might be and ways to support your co-op in becoming more diverse, inclusive and equitable? Come join this... Learn more
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