Black Workers Center Meeting - Coops 101 with Cooperation DC

This month, come learn about worker co-operatives, the East of the River Childcare Co-operative, and share your co-op ideas!

The DC Black Workers Center is a resident-led space that creates and maintains racial and economic justice through popular education, direct action and the creation of worker-owned alternatives.

The DC Black Workers Center will move beyond traditional workforce development initiatives to become:

  • A center for finding and creating dignified Black work and training.
  • An incubation space for alternatives to low-wage work such as worker-owned cooperatives.
  • A space to openly discuss the intersections of race and work, as well as a space for workers to¬†positively¬†recognize their Blackness.
  • An environment to challenge bad employers who exploit, cheat and steal from their workers.
  • A popular education space to discuss how to build power among Black workers.
  • April 20, 2017 at 6pm – 8pm
  • United Black Fund
    2500 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
    Washington, DC 20001
    United States
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  • 53 people are going
  • ONE DC

    202-232-2915
53 RSVPS
Malikia Johnson Cherie Saulter Tilaye Wake Lisa Williams Vitro Hilton Kc Khafra Paulette Thompson Philip Sambol Harold Pettigrew Rodney North Russell Yerodin Avent Isaiah Fleming-Klink Mary Nichols DC IWW - Industrial Workers of the World Kimberly Mitchell Mustafa Abdul-Salaam Treasure Arthur Anay Bickham Elijah Joy Lora Morrow erin rutherford Kongo Afryka William Stamp Michael Mitchell Nana Malaya Angie Whitehurst sheila white Michael Leslie Luci Murphy Ellen Taylor Akosua Dosu

Will you come?