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Post-Capitalism Conference

Post-Capitalism Conference

22 - 25 April, 2021


Anchored by: Humboldt State University Native American Studies, Politics, Sociology and Environmental Studies Departments; Cooperation Humboldt; New York Ecosocialist Forum; and Humboldt State University – California Faculty Association, UCSB EJ/CJ Hub

Post-Capitalism Conference


Thursday, April 22 - Sunday, April 25

Schedule below.


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This conference is offered at no cost to participants.

If you would like to make a donation to support this work, you may do so here: https://cooperationhumboldt.com/donate/


Anchored by: Humboldt State University Native American Studies, Politics, Sociology and Environmental Studies Departments; Cooperation Humboldt; New York Ecosocialist Forum; California Faculty AssociationUCSB EJ/CJ Hub


Co-Sponsored by: California Progressive Alliance, Eco Vista, Green Eco-Socialist Network, Socialism and Democracy, US Solidarity Economy Network, New Economy Coalition, People’s Strike, PICOC, Transition US. 


The conference is envisioned as a virtual space for grassroots organizations, community activists, educators, students, and others committed to social and environmental justice to come together to exchange experiences/information, strengthen alliances and networks, and devise strategies to create an explicitly post-capitalist society using the “Solidarity Economy” framework.


The approach is grounded in the following core principles:

• Solidarity, cooperation, mutualism

• Equity in all dimensions–race/ethnicity/nationality, class/gender/sexual orientation

• Participatory democracy

• Sustainability


Goals of this gathering are to :

1. Educate folks about what we mean by a “solidarity economy.”

2. Strengthen existing progressive orgs, especially those doing solidarity economy work.

3. Create a space for progressive organizations to share best practices and collaborate across issues and constituencies toward collective liberation.

4. Co-create concrete “Next Steps” for how we can implement cooperative economic practices in our community.


In the video below, David Cobb of Cooperation Humboldt talks to Lee Camp about why we do this conference:

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