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The Imaginal Cells of the Solidarity Economy: Politics and Policy

https://youtu.be/vbxAi7i_4wY Event Recording - As published on Shareable.net: 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...
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DBE Peer Learning Session – Solidarity Economy

Event Recording Democracy Beyond Elections is a collaborative, national campaign dedicated to transformative democracy rooted in community led decision making. USSEN board members David Cobb and Yvonne Yen Liu led a Peer Learning Session on Solidarity Economy for DBE members and beyond. Check it out! https://vimeo.com/858628022

Resist and Build: Convening the US SE Movement

From 2020 to the present, USSEN has convened Resist and Build gatherings online, creating a space for translocal and national solidarity economy groups to engage in dialogue, collaborate, and build relationships. USSEN is hosting an in-person gathering of the Resist and Build network in October 2023...

Event: Reimagining Our Economy for Collective Wellbeing 12/9

Last Chance to Register!  Advancing Collective Wellbeing Series Virtual Event | Thursday, December 9th, 10:30AM-1:00PM CT You may have seen the phrase, “Economic Wellbeing,” popping up in your newsfeed on issues from global poverty, to the governmental response to COVID-19, to the relationship between where someone is born...

Community Land Trust Movement Imagines Its Future

The gathering, designed to commemorate the founding of the nation’s first community land trust 50 years ago, was held earlier this month at Resora, a 1,638-acre farm (a little over two-and-half square miles of land) located about seven miles from Albany, Georgia—a farm that New...

Crisis After Crisis: There’s No ‘Reforming’ Global Capitalism

The real battle is now between two post-globalization camps: democratic socialists… and fascists. By Walden Bello via Portside It is now clear that financial crises are not discrete events but are linked phenomena that have been unleashed on the globe ever since the financial markets were liberalized...
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