[WSMDiscuss] Fwd : In the US : Post Capitalism Conference - Building a Solidarity Economy, April 22-25 2021
jai.sen at cacim.net
Mon Apr 19 22:11:40 CEST 2021
Monday, April 19, 2021
The US in movement…, Resistance in movement…, Alternatives in movement…, Ideas in movement…, Movements in movement…
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.
In and from the US, April 22-25 2021 :
The Post Capitalism Conference : Building a Solidarity Economy
Anchored by : Humboldt State University Native American Studies, Politics, Sociology and Environmental Studies Departments; Cooperation Humboldt; New York Ecosocialist Forum; and Humboldt State University – California Faculty Association
This conference is offered at no cost to participants.
If you would like to make a donation to support this work, you may do so here: https://cooperationhumboldt.com/donate/ <https://cooperationhumboldt.com/donate/>
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Wende Marshall <wendentia at gmail.com>
> Subject: [PeoplesStrike] Post Capitalism Conference: Building a Solidarity Economy
> Date: April 19, 2021 at 11:14:17 AM EDT
> To: peoplesstrike at lists.mayfirst.org
We [at People’s Strike] are excited to be co-sponsoring this upcoming event: ‘The Post Capitalism Conference : Building a Solidarity Economy <https://cooperationhumboldt.com/post-capitalism-conference/>’, April 22-25. What a great way to kick off Earth Day!
The conference will offer 21 sessions facilitated by movement leaders, practitioners and scholars. Panelists include People's Strike leaders Kali Akuno and Wende Marshall.
They will be joined by many prominent progressive luminaries including: Rick Wolff (Democracy at Work), Emily Kawano, (US Solidarity Economy Network), Chase Iron Eyes (Last Real Indians), Nati Linares (New Economy Coalition), Kaitlin Reed (Humboldt State), Gloria Mattera (Green Eco-Socialsit Network), David Korten (Yes! Magazine), Margaret Kimberly (Black Agenda Report), Mike Strode (Koala Nut Collaborative), Ramon Tores (Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad), Melezia Figueroa (Cooperative New School) and many more!
Join this virtual convening of folks engaged in transformational social change using tools and 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
Click here to register <https://eventee.co/event/52739>
wende elizabeth marshall
"But while both humanization and dehumanization are real alternatives, only the first is the people’s vocation. This vocation is constantly negated, yet it is affirmed by that very negation. It is thwarted by injustice, exploitation, oppression, and the violence of the oppressors; it is affirmed by the yearning of the oppressed for freedom and justice, and by their struggle to recover their lost humanity." Paolo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
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