Help us build economic democracy in Berkeley!
Last year, you answered the call to support a resolution for the promotion of worker cooperatives at Berkeley City Council. The resolution passed and now the Sustainable Economies Law Center is working with the City of Berkeley to write the ordinance that will prioritize worker cooperatives!
We want the ordinance to be as responsive as possible to the needs of the Berkeley worker coop community. We also want the worker coop community to help energize this campaign! That's why we're holding an open forum to discuss address your needs and concerns about the ordinance.
JOINING REMOTELY: For those unable to join us in person, we will simulcast the forum online where you'll be able to submit realtime feedback and questions. For the webinar option, please register at attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5210942226365713155
JOINING IN PERSON: If you are able to join us in person, please RSVP at the bottom of the page! We are so honored to be hosted by our friends at the Alchemy Collective Cafe in Berkeley (just a short walk from Ashby BART).
We need your wisdom and feedback! Please join us!
About the Presenters
Yassi Eskandari-Qajar and Sara Stephens will provide background to the ordinance, respond to questions, and take your feedback on how we can build the most effective, robust, and radical ordinance for the promotion of worker cooperatives yet!
1741 Alcatraz Ave
Berkeley, CA 94703
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