Worker Cooperatives 101: Equitable Economic Development
Join us at the Goodman South Madison Library – 2222 S Park St.
Tuesday, June 18 at 12-1:30 pm
Light lunch will be provided. RSVP helpful but not necessary.
Worker Cooperatives 101 is a program of the Madison Cooperative Development Coalition and Madison Public Library to promote awareness for equitable economic development through worker cooperatives in Madison.
The Madison Cooperative Development Coalition and Madison Public Library continue our monthly Co-op 101 events. This monthly series provides essential education about worker co-ops and available resources provided by MCDC, such as technical assistance, connections to local and national experts, and support grants.
We will be joined by Georgia Allen, co-founder of Soaring Independent Cooperative. SIC is a worker-owned business led by women of color who are experienced caregivers As they see it, empowering themselves and taking better care of their clients go hand in hand.
- Worker cooperatives create meaningful change for communities affected by inequality
- Worker co-ops are designed to improve low-wage jobs and build wealth in communities.
- Worker co-ops help build skills, earning potential, household income, and assets.
Even if you’ve attended MCDC events before, I encourage you to join us!
More information about starting a worker cooperative at www.mcdcmadison.org