2020 is a year that demands action. We have seen cooperators meet this moment of economic, health, and social crisis head-on—prioritizing worker and community needs, standing firm in commitment to dismantle anti-Black systems, and making swift pivots to keep businesses open.
We invite you to join us on September 10 and 11 at the virtual Worker Co-op Conference to uplift what has worked. Together, we will build the foundation for a more resilient future.
The pandemic has made it clear: the way we treat work and workers must change. The work of the future must give workers a voice in the business, it must value front-line workers, it must actively build equitable paths toward wealth building.
This year’s conference will be a space to look toward the new economy that we want to see. We will dig into the work of creating an equitable movement, led by Black people, women, immigrants, and essential workers. We will explore cooperative solutions to social and economic injustices, and how we can work in tandem with social movements across the world, using worker ownership as a tool toward a more just economy.
Join owners, thinkers, organizers, and practitioners in the movement to build a more just economy through worker ownership.