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Sunday, July 10 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Strategizing for Racial Justice in the Cooperative Movement

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Can you imagine a mainstream cooperative movement taking bold risks for racial justice? We’ll practice using a campaign strategy chart together to make that dream real. We will build on the brilliance emerging from Network Gatherings earlier in the week and discuss strategies to: amplify the leadership of cooperators of color; dismantle white supremacy within coop institutions; and put coop resources where they will most rapidly foster racial justice. We'll share stories about how coops support and inhibit racial justice movements, pinpoint key leverage points in the coop movement, and commit to action.

Speakers
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Michaela Fisher

Michaela Fisher is a student at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, fighting for food justice. “I want to see a future where every graduating student knows about co-ops as an alternative to the investor-owned model.”
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Jason Rodney

Director, Aynah
Jason Rodney thrives in circles creating social justice, reconnecting to the Earth, remembering our bodies, playing, and getting free together. Co-counseling, Resource Generation, and InterPlay are a few tools that help him.
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Ellery Wealot

Aynah
Ellery Wealot just graduated from college at the University of Minnesota - Morris (UMM; in Morris, MN) - now a summer staff at Wisconsin Farmers Union’s Kamp Kenwood. Ellery also does facilitation with Aynah. "I enjoy job-searching, talking about co-ops and meeting people.”


Sunday July 10, 2016 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Rockwell Hall 304


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