Come learn strategies and practices for building a solidarity economy in this interactive workshop from the Boston Ujima Project.
Taking its name from the Swahili Kwanzaa principle for “collective work and responsibility,” the Boston Ujima Project is organizing workers, neighbors, business-owners, and investors in the Greater Boston Area to create a community-controlled economy. Their strategies include the creation of a “Good Business and Real Estate” certification, a community-controlled investment fund, a worker-empowerment network, and an alternative local currency.
The virtual conference will run from April 6 to April 18. Register for event links and conference updates here: tinyurl.com/HLSCRT2021