Cooperative Events

Co-op_logo_1_copy.pngBelow, find all the events related to SELC's Cooperatives program, as well as the Teach-ins, workshops, and gatherings that SELC and others offer to build a cooperative economy. You can also view all of our events, including workshops, trainings, Happy Hours, and more on SELC's events page.

Alternatively, view all of SELC's events in a Google calendar here.

  • Wednesday, May 03, 2017 at 11:00 AM

    East Oakland Business Resource Fair

    East Oakland Business Resource Fair

    Sustainable Economies Law Center is proud to be partnering with Kiva, Oakland Business Assistance Center, Oakland Chamber of Commerce, Uptima Business Bootcamp, Youth Uprising, Centro Community Partners and more for this day of business resources for the East Oakland community! RSVP BY CLICKING BELOW!

    RSVP to the East Oakland Small business fair

    RSVP to the East Oakland Small business fair

  • Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Port Kitchens in Oakland, CA

    Worker-Owned Food Enterprises

    Cooperative Power!Keep Your Money TRULY Local!

    Join Slow Food East Bay and the Sustainable Economies Law Center at Port Kitchens for an evening on the roof deck celebrating worker-owned collectives! There will be eating, drinking, a film screening, speakers, and more!

    Learn how and why supporting co-ops in our food spending makes for a more sustainable system.

    RSVP on Facebook or Eventbrite by clicking below!

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    6:00pm-7:00pm: Eat (food for sale or BYO!) and drink (no BYO, sorry...) and mingle with representatives from Cheeseboard, Three Stone Hearth, Arizmendi, The Juice Bar Collective, Alchemy Cafe, Mandela Marketplace, Sustainable Economies Law Center, Project Equity and others.

    7:00pm-8:30pm: Grab another drink and a bag o' popcorn and settle in on the couches (supplied) and camp chairs (BYO!) for a screening of 'Food for Change' an amazing history of food co-ops in the US, starting back in the Depression.

    8:30pm-9:30pm: Cap off the evening listening to our panel of speakers. Are cooperatively managed businesses one solution to inequality in our food and economic systems? Why do businesses choose to go 'collective'? What are the challenges they face, how do they govern and what does it mean for their workers and the products they offer?

    Keep your money TRULY local, supporting community, democratic governance, and good working conditions.

    Now THAT'S a night well "spent"!

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