Presentation by Layla Oghabian and Vivian Onuoha (Berkeley Student Cooperative alumni and NASCO Board members) for the Berkeley Student Cooperative membership in Fall 2012.
Session materials from "Anti-Racism for Collective Liberation," which was led by Leslie Leyba and Megan Shaughnessy-Mogill at NASCO Institute 2014 and by by Leslie Leyba and Julian Marszalek at NASCO Institute 2015.
What role did economic cooperation play in the civil rights movement? As it turns out, a huge one. This forgotten history is the focus of Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard's recent book Collective Courage: A History of African-American Economic Thought and Practice, out in bookstores in May 2014.
The Laura Flanders show streams from GRITtv.org.
- To learn about the various attempts at and successes of African American cooperative ownership throughout US history.
Presented by Vivian Onuoha
Action Camp: Lessons Learned
Table of Contents
Anti-Oppression: Key Words
Fabric of Oppression
Levels and Types of Oppression: Examples
Organizing and Facilitation Tools
Starting a Diversity Committee in Your Co-op
Websites and Collectives
Books, Readings, and Publications
TABLA DE CONTENIDOS Contra la Opresión: Introducción El entramado de la Opresión - 2 Contra la Opresión: Palabras Claves - 3 Niveles y Tipos de Opresión: Ejemplos - 6 Ser un Aliado Qué es ser aliado? Lo básico. - 8 Superando el prejuicio de edad - 11 Ser un Hombre Aliado - 13 Ser un Heterosexual Aliado - 15 Ser Aliado de un Trans – 16