Co-op 101 TOMORROW Thursday October 17 at 6pm in Cambridge

If you’re new to worker cooperatives or co-ops in general, come out to this Co-op 101 by Stacey Cordiero from the Boston Center for Community Ownership. A great way for start-up groups or for businesses considering transitioning to a co-op to get their feet wet and understand the benefits of cooperation.

Date & Time: Thursday October 17, 6pm

Location: 1151 Massachusetts Avenue, basement meeting room. Easily accessible by Bus or metro, if you are coming from Boston take the #1 bus or if you take the Red Line get off @ the Harvard Sq. station. 2-3 blocks away from the T station.

Presented by the Boston Center for Community Ownership (http://bcco.coop)

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Solidarity Across Borders: Mexico’s Frente Auténtico del Trabajo (FAT)

Monday, October 21 from 6-8pm 
UNITE HERE! Local 26 at 33 Harrison Ave, Boston, 3rd floor

Come meet five leaders from the cooperative sector of Mexico’s Frente Auténtico del Trabajo (FAT) for an inspiring discussion of cooperative economic development and the role of international solidarity in fostering cooperative movement.

Cooperatives, including worker-owned businesses, community-owned grocery stores, credit unions and more, are humanizing the economy across Boston and the world. Come meet five leaders from the cooperative sector of Mexico’s Frente Auténtico del Trabajo (FAT) for an inspiring discussion of cooperative economic development and the role of international solidarity in fostering cooperative movement. This is the final stop on a ten day delegation across New England by co-ops associated with the FAT, hosted by co-ops affiliated with the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE).

Co-sponsored by United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), WORC’N (worcn.org), Jobs with Justice, Cooperative Fund of New England and the National Lawyers Guild, Massachusetts Chapter.
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