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Cooperative Leadership Intensive 2019

Learn more about the participants of our 2019 Cooperative Leadership Intensive! Sheryll Durrant is an urban farmer, educator and food justice advocate and a 2015 graduate of Farm School NYC. She is currently the Garden Manager at Kelly Street Garden, … Read More

Solidarity Snapshot: Cole Carothers

Cole Carothers Worker-Owner at Khao’na Kitchen How did you get into this work?  I moved to NYC in 2012 as a full time volunteer and organizer. I struggled to make ends meet and found myself trying to find the most … Read More

CEANYC Goes to Washington!

This #CoopMonth, cooperators from around the world joined each other for the National Cooperative Business Association’s Coop IMPACT Conference in Arlington, Virginia. CEANYC Staff had the opportunity to participate in a youth-focused cohort: The Cooperative Leaders and Scholars Institute (CLSI). … Read More

Solidarity Snapshot: Lauren Taylor Hudson

Lauren Taylor Hudson, SolidarityNYC and CEANYC Peer Educator, CUNY Graduate Center How did you get into this work? A couple of ways. The most straightforward is that I was involved in campus endowment organizing through the Responsible Endowments Coalition when … Read More

838 Park: A Story of Cooperation Among Cooperatives

838 Park: A Story of Cooperation Among Cooperatives 838 Park became an HDFC (Housing Development Fund Corporation), a limited equity—or capped income—co-op in 2005, and is one of 72 HDFC co-op buildings with 1,349 units in Crown Heights. There are … Read More

Solidaritat: What Barcelona’s Social and Solidarity Economy Means for NYC

Solidaritat: What Barcelona’s Social and Solidarity Economy Means for NYC At the end of June, activists from Mexico, the United States, and Canada gathered at the Fearless Cities Conference—North America’s first ever municipalist summit—to discuss local strategies to build a … Read More

CEANYC at the Fearless Cities Conference

We are so excited to be presenting in two sessions at North America’s first-ever Fearless Cities Municipalist Conference. The conference, will take place July 27-July 29, seeks to progress the growing international movement to democratize and feminize political institutions at … Read More

CEANYC Apoya los Inmigrantes

Los neoyorquinos inmigrantes son parte de la esencia de nuestra ciudad. Nuestros puntos fuertes como neoyorquinos – nuestra diversidad de cultura, nuestra tolerancia, y nuestros negocios dinámicos – se basan en el trabajo y las tradiciones de los inmigrantes. Las … Read More

CEANYC Stands in Solidarity With Immigrants

Immigrant New Yorkers are the lifeblood of our city. Our greatest strengths as New Yorkers – our diversity of culture, our tolerance, and our thriving businesses – are all built upon the labor and traditions of immigrants. Our city’s cooperatives, … Read More

CEANYC Joins the Healthy Food Financing Initiative!

CEANYC is excited to join the American Heart Association and other organizations in the fight for healthy food access in New York. As food cooperatives, community gardens, CSA programs, and other solidarity economy groups, we know that access to healthy food can revitalize local economies, … Read More

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