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Solidarity Economy 101: “A solidarity economy is far more than cooperatives. Time banking, community land trusts, credit unions, barter networks, all of these sorts of things are ways that communities have been meeting needs, and can do it aside and beyond capitalism.” Read this excellent feature in Mic about the history and current state of the solidarity economy movement, featuring NEC members and friends the US Solidarity Economy Network, Kola Nut Collaborative, Cooperation Jackson, Solidarity Economy St Louis, CEANYC, Cooperation Humboldt, and more. Join in this Solidarity Economy 101 training today at 4:30ET for more!

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