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Solidarity Snapshot: Rodrigo Bacus

Rodrigo Bacus, Staff Attorney Community Development Project   How did you get into this work? Why did you get into this work? I graduated from law school in 2016 and wanted to work with cooperatives and community organizations. This is … Read More

UHAB Co-ops Go Solar! Summer Solstice Celebration

Friday June 21st 6PM-8:30PM The Cathedral of St. John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY UHAB and Solar One are celebrating the affordable co-ops signed up for solar around the city! So far, 22 affordable co-ops have signed … Read More

Solidarity Economy at Netroots

Cooperatives as a Tool for Social Justice Netroots Nation Conference July 11-13, 2019 Philadelphia, PA Social movements have long used economic cooperation towards liberation. In 1970s Philadelphia, Movement for a New Society created affordable housing co-ops for activists. During the … Read More

Catch us at Left Forum

Growing the Solidarity Economy: Theory and Practice Left Forum 2019 June 28-30, 2019 1 University Plaza Brooklyn, NY 11201 The Conference A unique phenomenon in the U.S. and the world, Left Forum convenes the largest annual conference of a broad … Read More

Solidarity Snapshot: René Vargas Martínez

Program Officer at Inclusiv How did you get into this work?  Helping consumers and defending students through my work with credit unions and at the University of Puerto Rico made me fall in love with the concept of access for … Read More

Participatory Democracy from Brazil to Brooklyn!

Tuesday May 21st, 6-8pm Room 3305 Boylan Hall Brooklyn College Hosted by the Center for the Study of Brooklyn Brazil has been a source of many participatory democracy innovations and Brooklyn has experienced a surge of such efforts in the … Read More

Thank U, Next (System): A May Day Dance Party for the Solidarity Economy

Enjoy a powerful evening of solidarity this May Day as we dance, drink, eat, and play to support New Yorkers advancing a cooperative future for our city.   May 1st, 7PM, at DCTV, 87 Lafayette Street, 10013   BUY A … Read More

Solidarity Snapshot: Gowri Krishna

Gowri Krishna Associate Professor of Law, New York Law School New York Law School Nonprofit & Small Business Clinic   How did you get into this work?  After law school, I went to the Community Development Project (CDP) at the … Read More

2019 Annual Meeting Reportback

*Español Abajo* The CEANYC Board of Directors convened the Annual Members Meeting on Thursday, April 11th from 6PM-9PM at DCTV in Chinatown. 31 individuals representing 29 organizations (including 21 member organization) and our Board of Directors registered, and 22 people … Read More

2018 Solidarity Economy Giving Project Annual Report

Executive Summary In 2018, we launched the Solidarity Economy Giving Project to support cooperatives, gardens, CSAs, and cooperative incubators to secure funding for work that is vital to their success, but not currently funded by philanthropy or government sources. In … Read More

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