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the u.s. solidarity economy network search primary menu skip to content home about sen at the oul sse forum 2016 resources solidarity economy confronting racism & colonization search for: uncategorized upstream podcast on solidarity economy january 20, 2017 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment in this episode we explore a phenomenon that has existed throughout centuries both within and alongside capitalism. wherever relationships have been based on reciprocity, sustainability, and democratic governance you’ll find the solidarity economy. we learn of it’s origin and about how it is strengthened by countermovements and during times of crisis. we follow its presence throughout the history of a particular marginalized community in the u.s., celebrating the courage of african american cooperative thought and practice. we then paint a picture of a modern solidarity response to economic austerity. and finally, we dream about it’s potential in the face of ecological peril and plan for what it will take to grow the solidarity economy to serve as a movement of movements. featuring: michael ventura – co-author with james hillman of we’ve had a hundred years of psychotherapy – and the world’s getting worse, columnist of letters at 3am with the austin chronicle caroline woolard – artist & organizer whose work explores intersections between art and the solidarity economy michael lewis – soildarity economy researcher; co-author of the resilience imperative pat conaty – research associate cooperatives uk, co-author of the resilience imperative jessica gordon nembard – professor of community justice and social economic development, author of collective courage: a history of african-american cooperative economic thought & practice biba schoenmaker – co-founder of broodfonds makers stuart field – founder of breadfunds uk jos veldhuizen – member of broodfunds, amsterdam uncategorized new zine highlights the solidarity economy in st. louis december 12, 2016 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment by maira sutton november 30, 2016 it’s hard to convey what the sharing movement is about without describing how it looks in practice. no matter how well you lay out its basic principles, you need concrete examples and visual imagery to help people reach that aha moment. a new publication called “humans of solidarity economy” gets this right. it’s a zine of photographs, interviews, and descriptions of the people behind solidarity economy st. louis, highlighting their work in alternative currencies, food justice, economic empowerment, shared land and housing, and more. it’s made in partnership between the cowry collective, solidarity economy st. louis, and mutual aid network. what is the solidarity economy? the solidarity economy st. louis describes it as an economy based on meeting “human needs through economic activities — like the production and exchange of goods and services — that reinforce the values of social justice, ecological sustainability, cooperation, mutualism, democracy, and innovation.” the group says that “it is dynamic and diverse, including both monetized and non-monetized practices and means of exchange.” (…more) uncategorized solidarity economy part 3: expanding citizenship in brazilian favelas december 12, 2016 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment work produced by mulheres guerreiras de babilonia this is the third and final article in our three-part series on solidarity economy in brazil. solidarity economy enterprises move beyond the “any job is a good job” logic sometimes found in efforts to address labor market exclusion. instead, these more holistically supportive workspaces can help solidarity economy entrepreneurs move beyond “consumer citizenship” into a deeper participatory citizenship, becoming protagonists. but what does citizenship mean in the context of untrustworthy political institutions and isolation from quality education and basic public services? while some scholars have referred to the condition of people living in peripheral urban areas of 21st century cities as “subcitizenship,” portuguese sociologist boaventura de sousa santos argues that citizenship cannot be obtained via the concession of rights for people living in such conditions, but instead obtaining citizenship demands the transformation of global processes of socialization and models of development. in effect, rights may not be sitting there waiting to be accessed. even with ascension in socio-economic status, for instance, they may instead require collective action. anthropologist james holston writes of what he sees as a uniquely brazilian “inclusively inegalitarian citizenship.” this combines two conflicting components: formal membership and principles of incorporation into nation-state (largely established in the 1988 constitution as the country transitioned to democracy), together with “substantive distribution of rights, meanings, institutions, practices that membership entails to those deemed citizens.” given that these two factors are so often at odds, holston investigates what he calls “insurgent citizenship,” a form of confronting this gap in formal and substantive rights in an insurgent way in the peripheries, through the auto-construction of the periphery, through protest and petition, and through identities that challenge exclusionary norms of society and citizenship. (…more) uncategorized solidarity economy part ii: female protagonists november 14, 2016 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment this is the second article of our three-part series on solidarity economy in brazil.  with a broader understanding of the solidarity economy in brazil in mind, testimonials from participating entrepreneurs themselves show the real advantages of this kind of work, from circumventing market exclusion to creating new kinds of spaces where women are reimagining the divide between domestic and productive spheres. there are upwards of 300 solidarity economic enterprises, or empreendimentos econômicos solidários (eess), participating in the 14 fairs that make up circuito rio ecosol, rio’s solidarity economy circuit. many of the participants are from favelas, and many eess have joined together in networks. the mulheres guerreiras da babilônia (warrior women of babilônia), for example, form an association of ten women who make bags and accessories with imagery from their community, including imagery representing strong afro-brazilian women. they have joined together with other eess to form a network of solidarity economy entrepreneurs from pavão-pavãozinho, mangueira, babilônia, and santa teresa. (read more) uncategorized women in resistance, building alternatives for a better world october 31, 2016 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment by world march of women 28 october 2016 “at the wmw, we work to empower women and increase their economic … we believe in the redistribution of wealth and the solidarity economy.“ declaration of the world march of women 10th international meeting in maputo, mozambique from october 11 to 15, 2016 we, the women of the world march, fight the hetero-patriarchy, capitalism, colonialism and all forms of inequality and discrimination. we demand our right to take back control of our bodies, our land and our territories. in this chaotic world, we believe that another world is possible. together, we work to build our feminist alternatives that reinforce our movement. (read more) uncategorized can the ‘new economy’ and labor movements come together again? september 7, 2016 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment eric dirnbach august 31, 2016, waging non-violence advocates for worker cooperatives celebrate outside city hall in oakland after the city council passed a resolution supporting the development of worker co-ops on sept. 8, 2015 (sustainable economies law center) activists in oakland have been campaigning for new city policies that would assist worker cooperative development. after successfully winning passage of a city resolution in support of cooperatives last fall, they are now pushing for a new law, the oakland worker cooperative incentives for growth ordinance. supporters will speak in support at the upcoming hearing at city hall on september 27, and the ordinance is likely to pass in october. it would grant a variety of benefits for registered worker cooperatives including procurement preferences, development funding, tax incentives, streamlined permitting and promotion of business conversion to cooperatives. the sustainable economies law center, one of the key promoters of the ordinance, says that it will be the first of its kind to offer this level of assistance for cooperatives. this campaign is one part of a vibrant, growing movement advancing community-oriented, alternative ways of economic development. this includes cooperatives and credit unions, community land trusts, municipal participatory budgeting, local renewable energy and various community organizing initiatives to build local power, all within a grassroots, intersectional and anti-oppression political framework. this kind of work is often referred to as the “new economy” or “solidarity economy.” (more…) uncategorized pluralist commonwealth – gar aoperovitz video september 7, 2016 ussolidarityeconomynetwork leave a comment posts navigation 1 2 … 5 next → video of the day: next system project the first book that explains most everything about us! editors: carl davidson, jenna allard, julie matthaei click here to visit, ‘like’ and post to our soldarity economy facebook group click here to visit, ‘like’ and post to our soldarity economy facebook group building alternatives for people and planet: news and reports from the grassroots on worker and community coops, land trusts, participatory bufgeting and other explorations in mutual aid search search for: follow blog via email enter your email address to follow our site and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 394 other followers archived posts archived posts select month january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 june 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 november 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 shiftchange: a film about the mondragon coops and their impact in the us shiftchange: a film about the mondragon coops and their impact in the us blog at wordpress.com. the u.s. solidarity economy network blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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