Join SELC, the Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives, the Democracy at Work Institute, Arizmendi Association of Cooperatives, and more as we advocate for the passage of the Berkeley City Council Resolution "Supporting Worker Cooperatives" and calling for the creation of a City ordinance that promotes the development of worker coops!
This is the first step in showing Berkeley's City Council that our communities demand economic development that empowers and creates resilient communities! Click here for more information on Berkeley City Council's agenda for the evening of December 15th, including the resolution Supporting Worker Cooperatives by Councilmember Arreguin.
SELC has been creating a city ordinance for the promotion of worker cooperatives. Berkeley's council won't fund policies prioritizing cooperative development unless they see community support. Help the Bay Area build on the momentum that is sweeping the country as New York, NY, Austin, TX, Minneapolis, MN, Rochester, NY, Oakland, CA and other city governments prioritize the development of inclusive, humane, and cooperative economies!
We've done it before! Let's do it again!
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