The Organizer's Handbook is a comprehensive guide to creating housing cooperatives in local communities. By explaining the cooperative movement, campus organizing, non-proﬁt incorporation, ﬁnancing, and housing development, this important resource demystiﬁes a challenging project. It is an essential resource for the student or community organizer focusing on housing issues. Furthermore, it is an informative and illuminating read for progressive people concerned about affordable housing and college accessibility. The handbook is intended people organizing community, student, and even and non-housing coops. Active students, college administrators, faculty, foundations, libraries, concerned citizens, and
non-proﬁt organizations will all ﬁnd the Handbook an excellent addition to their collection of resources.
First released in 1991, the Fourth Edition is more comprehensive and up-to-date than ever, written with accessible language and an encouraging tone.