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Here is a flyer that may come in handy if you want to
African American Cooperatives
and the Struggle for FREE
Economic Justice
Please RSVP and find more
info at CoMinnesota.coop
A Community Discussion with Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard
Monday, September 29, 2014
Capri Theater, 2027 W. Broadway, Minneapolis
• 6:00–7:00 p.m.
welcoming reception & KMOJ live broadcast,
• 7:00–8:30 p.m.
presentation & community discussion,
What is the history of African-American
cooperatives in Minnesota and the U.S.?
How can co-ops and cooperative economics
be part of today’s efforts to bring social and
economic justice to communities of color?
Panelists:
•M
ary Alice Smalls, Seward Community Co-op Board of Directors
•P
akou Hang, Executive Director, Hmong American Farmers Association
•C
ollie Graddick, Community Table Co-op and Minn. Department of Ag.
•M
oderated by LaDonna Redmond, Seward Co-op Education & Outreach
Coordinator and Host of
“It’s Your Health,” 89.9 KMOJ.
Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard is a political economist and professor
at John Jay College of the City University of New York.
e a rlie r t hat day
A brown bag talk with
Dr. Gordon Nembhard at
the U of M’s Humphrey
School, 12:30 to 2:00 p.m.
Hosted by Dr. Rose Brewer
of the Dept. of African &
African American Studies.
Space is limited; please
register in advance at
http://s.coop/1uzqi
S ponsored
Major
underwriter
for this
event:
by
C o M i n n e s o ta
in
partnership
w ith

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