Online April 22-25
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Anchored by: Humboldt State University Native American Studies, Politics, Sociology and Environmental Studies Departments; Cooperation Humboldt; New York Ecosocialist Forum; California Faculty AssociationUCSB EJ/CJ Hub
Co-Sponsored by: California Progressive Alliance, Eco Vista, Green Eco-Socialist Network, Socialism and Democracy, US Solidarity Economy Network, New Economy Coalition, People’s Strike, PICOC, Transition US.
Thurs, April 22
Wiyot prayer from Ted Hernandez
Remarks from Anchor Organizations
10:00- 11:30 Session 1 Regenerative Economic Development to Re-Indigenize
11:30-1:00 Session 2
Green Ecosocialist Network
1:30-3:00 Session 3
From Where We Are to Where We Want to Be: How Do We Get There?
3:00- 4:30 Session 4
4:30-6:00 Session 5
Standing with Life: Building Global Climate Justice
6:00-7:30 Session 5.5
Cannabis Equity Programs:Creating a Cannabis Solidarity Economy
Fri, April 23
Invite Your Emotions for Tea
10:00- 11:30 Session 6
Alternatives to a Failed Economy: Models from The New Systems Reader
11:30-1:00 Session 7
Eco Vista Transition Initiative: Intergenerational Organizing for a Systems Change beyond Capitalism
1:30-3:00 Session 8
The Cooperative Cannabis Economy: Humboldt Unites
3:00- 4:30 Session 9
4:30-6:00 Session 10
Why the Solidarity Economy Needs Artists and Artists Need a Solidarity Economy
6:00 PM Sesion 10.5
Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad: Case Study of a Worker-Owned Cooperative Berry Farm
Sat, April 24
8:30-10:00 Yoga for Ecological Grief: A practice for grounding and embodiment
10:00- 11:30 Session 11
Own Your Labor: Worker Owned Cooperatives
11:30-1:00 Session 12 – Rethinking Municipal Land and Building Use For Peoples Critical Needs
1:30-3:00 Session 13
CFA Humboldt: Pushing Pause on Academic Capitalism
3:00- 4:30 Session 14
Labor Organizing in Higher ed
4:30-6:00 Session 15
Immigrant’s Rights: Moving Past survival (Centro del Pueblo)
6:00 PM We Were There
Sun, April 25
Zumba with Marla Joy
10:00- 11:30 Session 16
11:30-1:00 Session 17
Solidarity Economics: A Framework to Resist & Build
1:30-3:00 Session 18
The Post Pandemic Economy: What Will It Look Like?
3:00- 4:30 Session 19
Disaster Response Through Community Resilience
4:30-6:00 Session 20
Prisoner Solidarity Organizing during a Pandemic
6:00 PM Final session: What’s Next?
The conference is envisioned as a virtual space for grassroots organizations, community activists, educators, students, and others committed to social and environmental justice to come together to exchange experiences/information, strengthen alliances and networks, and devise strategies to create an explicitly post-capitalist society using the “Solidarity Economy” framework.
The approach is grounded in the following core principles:
• Solidarity, cooperation, mutualism
• Equity in all dimensions–race/ethnicity/nationality, class/gender/sexual orientation
• Participatory democracy
Goals of this gathering this weekend are to :
1. Educate folks about what we mean by a “solidarity economy.”
2. Strengthen existing progressive orgs, especially those doing solidarity economy work.
3. Create a space for progressive organizations to share best practices and collaborate across issues and constituencies toward collective liberation.
4. Co-create concrete “Next Steps” for how we can implement cooperative economic practices in our community.