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Our Favorite Books from 2018

Our Favorite Books from 2018

Did you commit to reading more books as your new year’s resolution but don't know where to start? As always, we're here to help! Check out these books recommended by Law Center staff members Tia, Subin, Sue, and Chris: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng Recommended by Tia: This was published in... Continue Reading

Legal Structures for Social Transformation

Legal Structures for Social Transformation

Sometimes it feels like our work at Sustainable Economies Law Center makes a sudden leap forward, and I’d like to share how that just happened. In December, we hosted a launch party for two cooperatives we’ve been incubating for more the two years, the East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative and... Continue Reading

My New Years Resolution

My New Years Resolution

Happy New Year! My New Year's resolution is to continue building a cooperatively owned future of work that meets the needs of immigrant and QTPOC communities. That's why, on March 24th, I’m participating in the Law Center’s first-ever Workers Run Oakland marathon fundraiser and I’m looking for folks to run (or... Continue Reading

Worker Cooperative Advocates Complete 1-Year “Policy Brigade” Immersion Training with the Law Center

Worker Cooperative Advocates Complete 1-Year “Policy Brigade” Immersion Training with the Law Center

This past December, worker owners from across the Bay Area gathered together to celebrate a year of transformative policymaking together through the Sustainable Economies Law Center’s Worker Cooperative Policy Brigade project. Continue Reading

People Powered East Bay - The Law Center Incubated Cooperatives Launch in Oakland!

People Powered East Bay - The Law Center Incubated Cooperatives Launch in Oakland!

Guests showing support for the two new cooperatives that launched at the People Powered East Bay event on December 5, 2018. December was an exciting month for the Sustainable Economies Law Center, as we brought together over 300 community members to celebrate the launch of two cooperatives. More than two... Continue Reading

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