CEANYC Blog

Disaster Relief

In the wake of Hurricanes Irma, Maria, and Harvey, we have seen that institutional and government responses consistently fail to meet the needs of those most directly impacted by climate disaster. Cooperatives, on the other hand, have a history of … Read More

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Policy Plans

  On September 18th, we convened with representatives from worker cooperative, housing cooperative, and low-income credit union networks to discuss cross-sectoral policy and advocacy strategy moving forward. With city support for expanding worker ownership through initiatives like the Worker Cooperative … Read More

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We’re joining the NY Renews coalition!

Cooperative Economics Alliance of New York City is pleased to announce we are joining the fight for a climate-ready and equitable city as part of the NY Renews Coalition. It has been 5 years since Sandy inundated our neighborhoods, and … Read More

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Welcoming New York City Network of Worker Cooperatives!

We are pleased to announce that as part of a new partnership with New York City Network of Worker Cooperatives (NYC NoWC), all NYC NoWC cooperatives are now members (at no additional cost) of the Cooperative Economics Alliance of New … Read More

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Solidarity Economy Giving Circle Information Session

In July, CEANYC hosted its first information session for our first annual Solidarity Economy Giving Circle at Verso Books. The Giving Circle is a chance to bring together 10-15 young donors and activists to move money to solidarity economy groups … Read More

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Climate Justice Youth Summit

On August 3, UPROSE BK—an intergenerational, multi-racial, nationally recognized, women of color led, grassroots organization promoting sustainability and resiliency through community organizing, education, leadership development, and cultural artistic expression in Brooklyn—held its sixth annual Climate Justice Youth Summit (CJYS) at Union … Read More

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Real Estate Investment Cooperative General Meeting

The New York City Real Estate Investment Cooperative—a group of over 400 individuals looking to secure permanently affordable space for civic, cultural, and cooperative uses—held it’s July member meeting on the 27th at the Brooklyn Public Library. The packed room … Read More

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Snapshot: Frank Cetera

Business Advisor, N Y Small Business Development Center at Onondaga Community College 1. What is your title/organization/job description? Certified Business Advisor, NY Small Business Development Center at Onondaga Community College.  The SBDC network is nationwide, with 23 regional centers in … Read More

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Snapshot: Deborah Sanders

Volunteer, Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB) Shareholders Forum How did you first get into this work? The Shareholders Forum (SF) consists of owners of Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) housing units. HDFC is a program created in the 1970’s that provided … Read More

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NY RENEWS

On Saturday July 22, CEANYC participated in a day-long organizing training facilitated by members of NY Renews and People United for Sustainable Housing (PUSH) Buffalo at Judson Memorial Church. New to NY Renews? NY Renews is a New York statewide coalition of over … Read More

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