Join us in a conversation with Andrew McLeod, author of Holy Cooperation!: Building Graceful Economies.
Sunday, November 8, 2009, 4:30 p.m. Boggs Center, 3061 Field Street, Detroit, MI 48214.
His writing and his work focus on the exploration of faith-based and interfaith cooperatives. Andrew has traveled to Mondragon, Spain which is the home of cooperatives committed to creating community wealth and sustainability.
How do we deepen our commitment to create a sustainable local economy in Detroit?
What can we learn from the co-op movement in our country and around the world?
What kind of thinking and practice do we need to develop so that we deepen our concepts of work rather than jobs?
Recognizing that we need a two-sided revolution and that we need to move beyond defining ourselves as either producers or consumers, how will we create sustainable economics, income and become citizens in Detroit?
For more information and to RSVP, call 313-923-0797 or email.