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We are living through an historic moment where a number of crises– climate change, growing economic and cultural divide, virulent racism, and the slide toward fascism–are converging. This makes for scary times but also times that are ripe with potential for fundamental system change. As the faith in the status quo is shaken, we’re seeing a greater openness to post-capitalist futures such as the solidarity economy.
David Cobb, Lydia Lopez, Jyoung Carolyn Park, Kali Akuno, and Petula Hanley gather to talk about how to use/influence public policy advance individual policies as part of a coherent strategy to democratize the entire economy.
The webinar series on The Imaginal Cells of the Solidarity Economy showcases the myriad ways that solidarity economy practices are providing models and pathways to build a more cooperative, democratic, equitable, and sustainable world — one in which many worlds fit.
Brought to you by Shareable, Resist & Build’s SE Narrative Circle, the U.S. Solidarity Economy Network, and the New Economy Coalition.
Here you’ll find the graphic recording, audio, and video from “The Imaginal Cells of the Solidarity Economy: Politics and Policy” presented by the U.S. Solidarity Economy Network.
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About the series