Jan
11
to Jan 20

Human Agenda Emulation Tour to Cuba

Human Agenda Emulation Tour to Cuba

GO TO CUBA JAN. 11-20, 2019

60TH ANNIVERSARY

OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTION

Cooperatives, Health and Education in Cuba

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DEPOSIT OF $900 DUE BY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2018 - FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

The 9-day Emulation Tour to Cuba is planned for Friday, January 11 to 20, 2019. The trip will include visits to industrial and service co-ops as well as visits to ELAM (the internationally renowned medical school), medical facilities, a school, and an ecological reserve.  Talks and dialogue will take place on the changing Cuban economy, now placing a much higher value on worker-owned co-ops, as well as education, health care, and mass participation in decision making. 

Space is limited to 15 persons. The cost is $1800 plus your air reservation.  $900 remainder due by Nov. 15, 2018. 

If you are interested in this trip contact Richard Hobbs at richhobbs@msn.com , 408-460-2999.   

To reserve your spot send your deposit of $900 payable to “Human Agenda”, 1376 N. 4th Street, Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95116.  Human Agenda is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization. 


HUMAN AGENDA EMULATION TOUR TO CUBA

TENTATIVE ITINERARY*  JANUARY 11   - JANUARY 20, 2019

Friday January 11

1:15pm Arrival and lodging at Casa

 Sacerdotal – corner of Ave. Paseo

 and Ave. 25 / andwiches for lunch

5:30       Introductions and orientation

7:00pm Dinner at Casa Sacerdotal

8:00pm Meet with Jorge Bolaños, former head of Cuban Interests Section in Washington D.C. at Casa Sacerdotal

 

Saturday January 12

7:30am Breakfast

9:00am History of the Cuban Revolution

10:30     Meet with Jorge Bolaños, former head of Cuban Interests Section in Washington D.C. at Casa Sacerdotal

2:00m    Lunch and walk around Old Havana

5:30pm  Leave for El Náutico neighborhood

6:00pm Talk on economics with Professor Blanca Munster

7:00pm Dinner at Bienmesabe Cooperative Restaurant

 

Sunday January 13

7:30am Breakfast

8:30am Leave for Las Terrazas community in Sierra del Rosario, a UNESCO-recognized biosphere reserve with Maria Carla Baseggio; learn about history of the community

10:30     Conversation with artists and artisans of Las Terrazas, family doctor

12:30pm Lunch at vegetarian restaurant

2:00pm Optional swim in Rio San Juan

4:00pm Return to Havana

Free time

6:30pm Dinner at Casa Sacerdotal

8:00pm Meet with Pepe Viera at Casa Sacerdotal. Presentation on Cuba-US relations, yesterday and today

 

Monday January 14

8:00am Breakfast

9:00am Leave for East Havana (Bacuranao) to visit CREA ENTORNO Ceramic Cooperative

11:30 Lunch at El Bicky cooperative restaurant

1:00pm  Meet with Lidia Turner at “Asociación de Pedagogos de Cuba”     talk on education past and present

3:00pm  Visit CRV (Cooperativa Reconstuctora de Vehiculos) Auto Reconstruction Coop and talk to the President Marcelo Gonzalez Ojeda.

5:30pm  Dinner and talk with artist José Fuster at his studio and community

 

Tuesday January 15

7:30am Breakfast

11:00     Visit to ELAM (Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina) (Tour facility, talk with students and professors)

1:00pm Sandwiches for lunch on the way to Matanzas

3:00pm Visit recycling cooperative in San Jose de las Lajas

5:00pm Visit  “Ediciones Vigía” in Matanzas unique printing collective

7:00pm  Dinner and lodging at Casa de Cariňo

8:00pm  Presentation of Human Agenda vision as it relates to Cuba

Wednesday January 16

8:30am Breakfast

9:30am Visit special education school

10:30     Visit Santa Marta Grand-parents  Club (Casa de Abuelos) conversations with seniors about past and present

12:00m Talk with Nacyra about the work of Casa de Cariňo and religion in Cuba

1:00pm Lunch

Beach time (across the street)

3:30pm Visit Decorarte Cooperative with Director Ariel Balmaseda.

6:30pm Dinner

8:00pm Optional cultural program

 

Thursday January 17

7:30am Breakfast

8:30am Leave for the town of Cardenas

9:00am  Visit Neurological Development Center

11:00     Visit to “Joven Club de Computación”

12:00     Lunch at El Fuerte church

2:00pm Visit cultural center in Cardenas

3:30pm Visit the Cuban Women's Federation in Cardenas

4:30pm Return to Casa de Cariňo

7:00pm Dinner

8:00pm  Presentation and discussion on Cuban democracy and the role of mass organizations

Friday January 18

7:30am Breakfast

8:00am Visit Tai Chi group

10:00     Leave for “Finca Conciencia”, a pottery and farming cooperative

12:00m Lunch at “Finca Conciencia”

2:00pm Leave for Havana

5:00pm  Dinner at La Casona Cooperative

  Reflection and evaluation

7:00pm Optional Jazz concert

Saturday January 19

8:00am Breakfast

10:00   Free Time

Optional Jazz Festival Events

Sunday January 20

8:00am Breakfast

10:00   Leave for the airport

*   Itinerary may vary

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Oct
22
to Oct 26

Tour the Mondragon Cooperatives

Join Human Agenda on an Emulation Tour

Tour the Mondragon Cooperatives

Mondragon

 

With about 75,000 workers in 257 cooperative enterprises, almost no layoffs since 1956, much higher income than Spanish workers, 1 worker 1 vote democratic decision making, and a 6 to 1 ratio of highest to lowest paid, how can we learn from the largest worker-owned cooperatives in the Western world, located in the Basque region of Spain?  

          Dates:  October 22 to October 26, 2018

          Cost:    $1399 – Deposit of $699 Due Aug 31*

 This is a very intensive seminar on every aspect of the Mondragon experience with respect to worker participation, internal organization, management, new business development, innovation initiatives, services available to coop members, membership requirements, and Mondragon's humanitarian projects abroad. 

* Airfare not included.  Cost subject to slight modification.  Apply to Richard Hobbs at richhobbs@msn.com, 408-460-2999.   If accepted, make check payable for $699 to Human Agenda and send to “Human Agenda / Mondragon Tour”, 1376 N. 4th Street, Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95112. Remaining amount of $700 due by September 30, 2018.  Make travel arrangements to be at the Bilbao airport the afternoon of October 21 to take a bus to Hotel Mondragon.   Translations, transportation, hotel, and most meals included. 

OUR LAST HUMAN AGENDA EMULATION TOUR, TO CUBA**, SOLD OUT. SPACE IS LIMITED.

**Human Agenda is also leading a Coop, Health & Education Tour to Cuba

 

 

 

 

Tour the Mondragon Cooperatives

Itinerary October 22-26, 2018

You will learn about the history of regional autonomy in Spain and of the Mondragon cooperatives, visit service and industrial cooperatives, engage the Mondragon Innovation and Knowledge Research Center, receive presentations on careers at Mondragon University including on the new career of Leadership and Entrepreneurial Innovation (LEINN) and TEAM ACADEMY, and attend a reception at the Headquarters of the Mondragon Cooperative Group.

You will learn about the history and current situation of the Mondragon cooperative experience at Otalara (the Cooperative and Management Training Center), review how Mondragon cooperatives operate internally and how they are organized, understand Mondragon's health and social welfare system at LAGUN ARO, and visit the Research Center for the Automotive Sector (EDERTEK). 

You will also dialogue with blue collar workers from an industrial coop, receive a presentation from the MUNDUKIDE Foundation (the international NGO of the Mondragon Corporation), learn from the Company Incubation Center (SAIOLAN), visit the port and beach of San Sebastian and the City of Bilbao with its famous Guggenheim Museum, receive presentations on cooperative training and management development, and visit the Mondragon Corporation credit union and the foundation to help young people start cooperative).

There will be ample opportunity to ask and answer all your questions about this greatest cooperative experience on earth during and at the conclusion of the seminar.   

 Email richhobbs@msn.com if you are interested in applying for this trip.  Space is limited. 

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Aug
2
10:00 PM22:00

Tour the Mondragon Cooperatives

Join Human Agenda on an Emulation Tour

Tour the Mondragon Cooperatives

With about 75,000 workers in 257 cooperative enterprises, almost no layoffs since 1956, much higher income than Spanish workers, 1 worker 1 vote democratic decision making, and a 6 to 1 ratio of highest to lowest paid, how can we learn from the largest worker-owned cooperatives in the Western world, located in the Basque region of Spain?  

          Dates:  October 22 to October 26, 2018

          Cost:    $1399 – Deposit of $699 Due Aug 15*

This is a very intensive seminar on every aspect of the Mondragon experience with respect to worker participation, internal organization, management, new business development, innovation initiatives, services available to coop members, membership requirements, and Mondragon's humanitarian projects abroad. 

* Airfare not included.  Cost subject to slight modification.  Apply to Richard Hobbs at richhobbs@msn.com, 408-460-2999.   If accepted, make check payable for $999 to Human Agenda and send to “Human Agenda / Mondragon Tour”, 1376 N. 4th Street, Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95112. Remaining amount of $1000 due by September 1, 2018.  Make travel arrangements to be at the Bilbao airport the afternoon of October 21 to take a bus to Hotel Mondragon.   Translations, transportation, hotel, and most meals included. 

OUR LAST HUMAN AGENDA EMULATION TOUR, TO CUBA**, SOLD OUT. SPACE IS LIMITED.

**Human Agenda is also leading a Coop, Health & Education Tour to Cuba

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Jun
1
to Jun 10

TRUMP SAYS NO. WE SAY GO.Feb.

Cooperatives, Health and Education in Cuba Human Agenda Emulation Tour to Cuba June 1 - 10, 2018

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Help break the blockade that the State Department is promoting by issuing travel warnings on visits to Cuba. 

I have been in Cuba three times this year.  It is the safest country I have ever been in.” –Richard Hobbs, Executive Director, Human Agenda

Deposit of $500 Due by Tues., Feb. 27, 2018

The 10-day Emulation Tour to Cuba is planned for Friday, June 1 to Sunday June 10, 2018. The trip will include visits to industrial, service, and agricultural co-ops as well as visits to ELAM (the medical school), medical facilities, a school, and an ecological reserve.  Talks and dialogue will take place on the changing Cuban economy, now placing a much higher value on worker-owned co-ops, as well as education, health care, and mass participation in decision making. 

Space is limited to 15 persons. The cost is $1800 plus airfare.  Remainder of the payment must be made by May 10. 

If you are interested in this trip contact Karen Wald at karenlee726@gmail.com or Richard Hobbs at richhobbs@msn.com , 408-460-2999.   

Send your deposit of $500 payable to “Human Agenda”, 1376 N. 4th Street, Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95112.  Human Agenda is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization.

Below is a sample itinerary. We will update the agenda as soon as the activities and places are confirmed.

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15th Annual Human Rights Awards Banquet
Dec
9
6:00 PM18:00

15th Annual Human Rights Awards Banquet

Purchase Tickets

Tickets: $50        

Need a Break: $25 

Students: $15  

RSVP is required 

(for discounts write STUDENT or BREAK)

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Be A Sponsor

  • Friend ($100) 1 ticket and name printed in the program
  • Supporter ($200) 2 tickets, name printed in the program.
  • Advocate ($500) 5 tickets, name in the program, name read and logo in the program.
  • Champion ($1,000) 5 tickets, name in the program, place banner, solidarity greeting.
  • Visionary ($1,000-$5,000) 10 tickets, name in the program, place banner, solidarity greeting.
Become a Sponsor

Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased at www.HumanAgenda.net or by mailing your tax-deductible donation made payable to Human Agenda to 1376 N. 4th Street, Suite 101, San Jose, CA 95112.  Info @ (408) 460-2999


We will have two dynamic leaders speaking on the topic of “Resisting Oppression; Building Alternatives”: Malinda Markowitz, Co-President of California Nurses Association and National Nurses Organizing Committee and Vice President of National Nurses United & Nick Brana, Founder, Movement for a People’s Party; National Political Outreach Coordinator for Bernie 2016.

DECKS Awards: representing the values of Human Agenda

  • Democracy: California Nurses Association (CNA), President Malinda Markowitz will accept the award
  • Equality: Enrique Arguello, Business Representative, Laborers 270
  • Cooperation: TeamWorks Cooperative, David Smathers Moore & others will accept the award
  • Kindness: Father Jon Pedigo, Director of Advocacy & Community Engagement, Catholic Charities
  • Sustainability: 350 Silicon Valley, Nicole Kemeny & others will accept the award

Please sponsor the Banquet as a Visionary, Champion, Supporter, or Friend, or purchase tickets by December 2 online or via landmail.  If you cannot attend, please make a donation to Human Agenda so we can sustain our work to improve our community, our democracy, and our economy.

 

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Cancellation of Removal
Oct
12
6:00 PM18:00

Cancellation of Removal

CLARO, a legal collective of Human Agenda, invites you to participate in this presentation where you can learn about the process, benefits and consequences of applying for Cancellation of Removal.

October 12 at 6:00PM – 7:00PM at Human Agenda's office.

We ask for a $20 dollar donation to participate in our legal clinics; however, no one will be denied this service based on an inability to pay.

For more information call us at 408-759-9571

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Weconomics: Italy and La Empresa es Nuestra
Feb
25
12:00 PM12:00

Weconomics: Italy and La Empresa es Nuestra

  • San Jose Peace & Justice Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Spring into Cooperation

Human Agenda and co-sponsors invite you to help understand & promote cooperatives in the South Bay this spring 2017. A three-part series of presentations, films, and dialogue. All events include lunch and will be held at the San Jose peace & Justice Center, 48 s. 7th street by SJSU.

Come see two short films by Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young of the most successful worker cooperative movements on planet earth.

WEconomics: Italy- a new report about what a more cooperative economy and society have to offer.  The Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy has one of the highest concentrations of cooperative businesses in the developed world. The capital, Bologna is an industrial powerhouse, where prosperity is widely shared, and cooperatives of teachers and social workers play a key role in the provision of government services. From the makers of "Shift Change.”

La Empresa es Nuestra- About the Mondragon cooperative network in the Basque Country, which has transformed a depressed area of Spain into one of the most productive region in Europe.  Mondragón, the largest cooperative corporation in the world, is the tenth-largest Spanish company.

 

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U.S. Social Forum in San Jose June 24-28
Jun
24
to Jun 28

U.S. Social Forum in San Jose June 24-28

  • Washington United Youth Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Registration is now open for the US Social Forum in San Jose, to be held downtown at various locations from June 24-28.  Don’t miss this polycentric national event that happens every five years in the United States.  With dozens of workshops and People’s Movement Assemblies, with provocative plenaries and incredible cultural presentations, the US Social Forum will challenge you to work for a better city, state, country, and world. 

 
Register now at   https://www.ussocialforum.net/sanjose.

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Jun
16
7:00 PM19:00

USSF Cooperative Economics Working Group

The Cooperative Economics Working Group of the US Social Forum will meet to discuss the content of an upcoming PMA at the US Social Forum June 24-28:
 
Another World Is Possible: What Will It Look Like?  Explore the vision of a solidarity society based on socialized property and organizational forms incorporating democracy, equality, cooperation, kindness, and sustainability.
 
Another World Is Possible: What Must We Do?  What steps can we take to build sustainable, democratic, egalitarian, and caring institutions and lives?  Let’s identify the pre-conditions for another world, together.
 
For questions please contact Derek Tennant at derekt@riseup.net or Richard Hobbs atrichhobbs@msn.com

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San Jose City Council to Vote on 28th Amendment
Jun
16
1:30 PM13:30

San Jose City Council to Vote on 28th Amendment

The San Jose City Council will vote on the same 28th Amendment proposal request already approved in 450 local jurisdictions: that corporations should not be considered persons under the US Constitution and that money is not speech (our democracy is being bought and sold).  If you are interested in attending the meeting tomorrow please email  humanagendausa@gmail.com.  

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Apr
17
to Apr 18

Save the Date: USSF Movement School on Cooperative Economics

Cooperation and Economic Democracy
Moving Towards Cooperation Silicon Valley
April 17-18, 2015, San Jose, CA

Friday Evening, April 17, 7-9 PM
VISION, VALUES & ALTERNATIVES FOR A COOPERATIVE ECONOMY
Vision and Values   Richard Hobbs, Human Agenda
The Cooperative Economy   Evening Plenary
Worker-Owned Coops:  David Smathers Moore, TeamWorks
Municipally Owned Commons: The Water District   Hon. Tony Estremera
The Role of Finance & Money in the Solidarity Economy   Marco Vangelisti
Conscious Living, Conscious Consumption   Elizabeth Sarmiento
Community Dialogue   8:30 – 9:00
 
Saturday, April 18, 2015   9 AM – 6 PM
THE ROLE OF COOPERATIVES IN BUILDING ECONOMIC DEMOCRACY
The Mondragon Model
Sharat Lin, San Jose Peace & Justice Center 
Mondragon in Practice: The Arizmendi Bakeries
Steve Rice, Arizmendi Bakeries
Legal Options for Coops
Ricardo Nunez Sustainable Economics Law Center
LUNCHTIME TREAT: THE NEW COOPERATIVES OF CUBA – Human Agenda
Lessons from Local Cooperatives: A Panel of Worker-Owners
Key Issues and Models for Coop Development
Amy Johnson, Executive Director, US Federation of Worker Cooperatives
12 Practical Steps to Form a Coop
Meche Sansores, Executive Director PROSPERA
 
COOKIES, ICE CREAM, DIALOGUE, & REPORT BACK   4:30 – 6:00
 
HOSTED BY:  SAN JOSE BAY AREA LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE OF THE U.S. SOCIAL FORUM, LOW INCOME SELF HELP CENTER,  SAN JOSE PEACE & JUSTICE CENTER, HIP HOP CONGRESS, CHAM, SILICON VALLEY DE-BUG, MULTIMEDIA CENTER, HUMAN AGENDA, LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF SANTA CLARA COUNTY, NATIONAL MOVE TO AMEND, SANTA CLARA COUNTY COOPERATIVES COLLABORATIVE

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US Social Forum Planning Meeting in San Jose
Mar
19
8:30 PM20:30

US Social Forum Planning Meeting in San Jose

The US Social Forum needs your help!  Human Agenda is an anchor organization on the National Planning Committee of the policentric United States Social Forum to be held in San Jose, Philadelphia, and Jackson, MS from June 24-28.  The San Jose Bay Area Local Organizing Committee of the USSF invites you to its next planning meeting on March 19.
Get involved in the movement for REAL change by hearing reports and getting involved in any of the following Working Groups: 

Resource Development (Res Dev)
Outreach
Logistics
Cooperative Economics
Program
Communications & Technology (Comms Tech)


Registration for the US Social Forum in San Jose is now available.  You can register atwww.ussocialforum.net .  You must be a registered group ($125 for 3, $200 for 10) to give a workshop or People’s Movement Assembly (PMA) at the USSF.  The deadline for registering for a workshop or PMA is April 30. 

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Mar
12
7:00 PM19:00

USSF Cooperative Economics Working Group

Consider alternative structures and institutions that are Democratic, Egalitarian, Cooperative, Kind, and Sustainable (DECKS).  Unlike private banks, multinational corporations, the patriarchal family, the federal electoral system, or the WTO, we can create transparent and democratic economic, political, and social institutions. 


At the March 12 meeting:

  • Get an update on key points from the study of the book What Then Must We Do? by Gar Alperowitz
  • Review the work of local efforts to create cooperatives. 
  • Discuss the idea of creating Cooperation Silicon Valley, post-US Social Forum in San Jose in June
  • Refine and discuss twelve (12) critical human needs areas needing DECKS-based analysis in the future including care work, food, clothing, housing, health care, education, manufacturing, energy, transportation, arts & culture, communications, and decision-making.
  • Most importantly, finalize the program for recruiting local considered residents to the US Social Forum Movement School on Friday evening April 17 and Saturday 18.  Below at #5 of this e-letter are the speakers invited and the tentative agenda.

For questions please contact Richard Hobbs at richhobbs@msn.com.

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Mar
7
9:00 AM09:00

Santa Clara Valley Cooperatives Collaborative

AGENDA FOR MARCH 7 MEETING

  1. Introductions
  2. Plan for conducting market research, selecting industry partner(s), and creating a business plan
  3. Reports from the California Native Plant Society (Genet), the Ecology Center (Susan), and the Water District on its rebate program (Richard). 
  4. Update on April 17-18 Movement School
  5. Next steps, next meeting date and location, announcements

REPORT FROM FEB. 7 MEETING

The following actions took place at the February 7 meeting hosted by the San Jose Peace & Justice Center:

After presentations by two independent immigrant workers who do lawn conversions now—Luis Parada and Jorge Rojas—it was agreed that the niche that the new cooperative would occupy is lawn conversions from green to brown with gray water capability.

Jorge Rojas explained that to maintain drought resistant “sustainable landscaping” the drip irrigation system is critical.  He said that the expense of replacing a lawn completely is recovered in 2 years.  The city has programs but you need to attend classes.  Installation takes 2-3 days.  There are several steps:  (a) design the new lawn (Acterra does this for a fee), (b) remove grass, (c) install the irrigation system, and (d) install the new lawn.  Jorge does not install gray water systems.  He is available to help this coop effort. 

Luis Parada explained that homeowners must decide if they want native or natural.  Rocks, bark, ivy, etc. are some of the materials used.  Cardboard can be used to stop grass growth.  By the second year the homeowner sees the savings from water bills.  He has landscaping books to show new customers.  Luis also remodels bathrooms.  With respect to the outside, the typical homeowner will ask for other things than the lawn conversion, like a retainer wall, lighting, patios, drainage, fencing, a deck, etc.  These could be incorporated into the cooperative too. 

With respect to gray water systems, which would be the add-on making this cooperative unique, more research needs to be done.  Walter mentioned Oasis Design Systems in Oakland; Susan, the Ecology Center in Oakland; Sharat, rain catchment systems from South Africa.  Gray water can also be used for fruits and vegetables.  Ramji suggested that water analysis be performed. 

Equipment needed for a lawn conversion coop:  heavy duty truck ($40 K); rototiller ($3-5 K); equipment and tools ($2 K).  Best to rent a forklift for $130 per day rather than buy one ($60 K).

Karita reported that the California Native Gardens Foundation would be a natural ally.  There is a sample garden on Race Street.  It is a non-profit and for-profit.  Alriye Middlebrook is the owner and founder.  She has broad experience, including with children and internationally in Africa.  She is excellent at designs and plant selection.

Richard presented a 12-step process for co-op formation based upon the WAGES model: (1) market research,  (2) selection of industry partner(s), (3) a business plan including pricing out natural plants and materials, (4) financial projections, (5) potential sources of start-up capital, (6) creation of a management model, (7) developing an operating agreement / by-laws, (8) a transition plan to allow the co-op to operate autonomously, (9) incorporation, (10) curriculum to map out co-op member business, technical, and cooperative skills, before and after launch, (11) recruitment of worker-owners, and (12) launch.

The group agreed to co-sponsor the Movement School of the US Social Forum April 17-18 in San Jose.  April 18 will be dedicated entirely to cooperatives. 

For more information contact Chuck Rawlings at chuckrawlings@gmail.com or Richard Hobbs at 408-460-2999 or richhobbs@msn.com.      

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Emulation Tour to Cuba in January- DEPOSIT OF $300 DUE OCTOBER 15
Oct
15
3:00 PM15:00

Emulation Tour to Cuba in January- DEPOSIT OF $300 DUE OCTOBER 15

The 10-day Emulation Tour to Cuba is planned for Saturday, January 17 to Monday Jan. 26, 2015. As planned, the trip will include 2 visits to industrial co-ops, 2 visits to service co-ops, 2 visits to agricultural co-ops, visits to ELAM (the medical school), a hospital, a clinic, a school, and an ecological reserve. 

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Introduction to the U.S. Social Forum (USSF) & People’s Movement Assembly (PMA) on a Vision for a Better World
Oct
5
1:00 PM13:00

Introduction to the U.S. Social Forum (USSF) & People’s Movement Assembly (PMA) on a Vision for a Better World

Human Agenda is an anchor organization for the U.S. Social Forum (USSF) to be held in San Jose the last weekend of June in 2015. he USSF poses that ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE and ANOTHER U.S. IS NECESSARY, Human Agenda is working nationally and locally to clarify the vision for that better world and United States, and what economic and political institutions might provide for a democratic, egalitarian, cooperative, sustainable and kind United States and San Jose. 

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