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Sunday, June 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Build it Strong: Collective Governance for Collective Liberation

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As infrastructure erodes, we are tasked with building something new! Worker-owned coops are a great model for innovative collaboration that centers shared governance and democracy in motion. Join co-op thinkers to learn about the nuts and bolts of how to democratically govern a group. Bring questions, explore challenges and possibilities, and leave with best practices and tools for democratic practices guided by our shared commitment to topple systems of oppression and repression.


Ivy Climacosa

Worker-Owner, Design Action Collective
Ivy Climacosa, Design Action Collective, Oakland CA: born in the Philippines, raised in the Bay Area. Organized with and supported several organizations in the Filipino and other anti-imperialist communities since early 2000s.
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Molly Jane

Molly Jane grew up working class on US-occupied Creek and Seminole Territories, Florida and Georgia, graduating from Fla, Design Action Collective
Molly Jane, Graphic Designer: Molly Jane grew up white working class on US-occupied Creek and Seminole Territories, Florida and Georgia, graduating from Flagler College with a BA in Graphic Design. Molly Jane has been actively involved in grassroots organizing and direct action campaigns... Read More →

Jenna Peters-Golden

Rooted in Philadelphia, Jenna Peters-Golden has been honored to facilitate workshops, retreats, and transformational processes with hundreds of co-ops, movement organizations, and other organizations fighting for justice. A queer Jew from Michigan, Jenna is anchored to many projects and campaigns fighting for community control and liberation. Jenna is a founding worker-owner of AORTA., AORTA
Jenna is a founding member of AORTA, an organizer, sometimes visual artist, and a parent to an amazing small kid. Passionate about transformative justice, community solutions to preventing violence, just climate transition, and solidarity economics, Jenna finds home in collective... Read More →

Sunday June 18, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
State Hall: Room 135