Power of Ten Update
In this issue:
1. Event Sunday: “Collective Courage”
2. Power of Ten Survey
1) Collective Courage
Join CEJJES Institute for a conversation about taking back our economy through alternative economic development and action. Learn about creating a solidarity economy, and the different kinds of cooperative businesses around the country. See how these democratic community-based enterprises serve or can serve communities of color and low-income neighborhoods.
Join us in celebrating the publication of Jessica Gordon Nembhard’s new book: Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice. Jessica Gordon Nembhard will talk about the strong but hidden history of Black cooperatives, and connections between the Black cooperative movement and the Civil Rights Movement.
In conjunction, we will be celebrating one of our founder’s 93rd birthday!
Sunday at 2:00 pm
The CEJJES Institute
5 Cooper Morris Drive, Pomona, New York 10970
RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1453575404887295/
or call (845) 362-8610
2) Power of Ten Survey
Over the last several years, Power of Ten has focused exclusively on issues related to East Ramapo schools. However, many readers have requested that I include other related issues such as general educational topics and local environmental issues which also affect our families and children. So, I am asking you to let me know if you would like to see these topics included in future editions of the Power of Ten newsletter. Please indicate your preference by filling out this survey: http://poweroften.us/issue-survey/