A handout on ways men can counteract gender oppression, sexism, and heteropatriarchy.
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This resource was contributed by Attorney David "Rosebud" Sparer for a workshop presented as part of NASCO's Developing New Co-op Track at the 2008 Cooperative Education and Training Institute . See NASCO Development Services for more information on developing new co-ops,
A resource for campus co-ops on leadership renewal and basic maintenance.
Examples of different types of oppression existing in society at the Individual, Cultural, and Institutional levels.
A handout on ways for straight people to counteract heterosexism and heterocentrism (oppression of people based on sexual orientation).
A handout on ways to counteract gender oppression by being an ally for trans-folk.
This is a brief descriptions of what a co-op is, as well as the different types of co-ops that exist.
A checklist of privileges that apply to people of white/anglo/European descent.
A guide to why consensus is used among co-ops, and how it is effectively used and facilitated.
This handout was contributed by Michael Gregor of Kalamazoo Collective Housing for a workshop presented at NASCO's 2008 Cooperative Education and Training Institute.