The Center for Law and Social Justice is excited to provide the final segment in our #BlackWealthMatters Series: Cooperative Economics. Part 4 of this series explores asks what could our communities look like if we applied all that we know about Black economic capacity?
Join our panelists as they explore:
1. How can the Black community create/control/benefit from collective economics?
2. In the optimal sense what would a Black controlled micro economy (i.e. co-existing or residing within a broader economy) look like?
3. How hard would this be to create and what’s stopping us?
This final installment in this series will piece together all of the branches of our economic tree: personal, business, land and cooperative economics. If we’re serious about changing our collective condition, this session will facilitate a convesation about how we actually get that done.