Join members of the Council of Cooperative Economists as they discuss how cooperatives across all sectors are working to respond to specific opportunities cooperatives have during the COVID-19 pandemic to make their communities more equitable, inclusive and generally just better places. This moderated panel will cover the experiences of diverse communities across the U.S. and beyond. Each researcher will present research to ground their analyses of the current solvable opportunities co-ops face, both generally and by specific sector. Our moderator, Tamela Blalock of NCBA CLUSA, will guide a group discussion of how we can harness co-ops to build a better, more equitable economy during the recovery from COVID-19. Finally, the panel will close with 15 minutes of audience Q&A.
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State of the Co-op Economy: Cooperatives, COVID-19 and Key Opportunities to Build a Better World
By: Liz Lechleitner Published: Friday, September 11, 2020 Share: Print: Subscribe