A handout on ways to counteract ageism (oppression of young and old people).
Berkeley Student Cooperative Consent Workshop – 10/21/08, Facilitated by Andy Olson and Daria Garina
The four scenarios focus on staff strategies to member issues: debt and eviction, members making legal threats, members voting as a bloc in their interest, and bad publicity. The scenarios are part of a workshop presented at the 2009 Staff and Managers Conference.
A guide to developing a sense of community in your co-op
This table outlines eight types of oppression: Racism/White Supremacy, Sexism, Gender Oppression, Anti-Semitism, Religious Oppression, Heterosexism/Heterocentrism, Classism, Ableism, and Ageism.
It serves as a useful introduction to the forms that oppression takes in the U.S.
A handout on ways white people can counteract racism and be allies for people of color.
[Copyright 1994 by John Raible]
A guide to starting out right and building a cohesive co-op home
“It is time to stop looking at governance as a ‘problem to be solved,’ and instead see governance as an ‘opportunity to change the world.’ ” - Hildy Gottlieb
Participants at 2007 Anti-Oppression Action Camp compiled this list of Action Steps.