Building a Future of Cooperative Economics
Doing us, uninterrupted.
Our communities are engaged in intentional and deliberate assertion of our power. We are designing alternative practices, building institutions and infrastructure, imagining and changing our neighborhoods. We are centering people and spaces that traditional investment or development lenses do not want to see. We are facilitating our wild and beautiful ambitions. We are doing us, uninterrupted.
The Assembly tracks are divided into five main areas of thought, deeply shaped by Ujima’s liberatory practice: Arts, Black on Black Investing, Impact Capital, Land & Real Estate, and Organizing.
This fall, we celebrate the ways individuals and communities are mobilizing to take back our neighborhoods, towns, and cities to create sites of liberation, resistance care, and refusal.