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Announcement :: Labor
Workplace and Unemployed Organizing Workshop, July 7th
29 Jun 2009
The Boston Anarchist Education Workinggroup presents:
A workshop and discussion on Workplace and Unemployed Organizing, part 2.
July 7th, 5pm, at the Lucy Parsons Center, 549 Columbus Ave. Food will be provided.
Cost: Free (but donations accepted)
Workshop will include a few speakers, followed by a discussion. All are welcome, please bring your experiences, stories, questions, and friends. Partial list of speakers below:

PASQUALINO COLOMBARO researches and is active on comparative issues of union representation and union democracy, labor politics and economics, and alternative economic initiatives in the cooperative, private and public sectors. As a former social worker, elected union leader, professional union representative, organizer and educator for SEIU, he assisted public sector human service workers in Massachusetts. He served as coordinator of several cross-national research projects in comparative labor economics involving the US, Europe and Japan. He also contributed to planning and organizing the program of the Boston Social Forum in 2004 and its extensive Alternative Economy track. Currently he coordinates the efforts of the Global Economic Alternatives Network (GEAN) http://www.altecon.org.<;http://openesf.net/projects/alternative-economies/summary>;

STACEY CORDEIRO went to MIT for a master's in Community Economic Development planning, and focused on cooperative economics, particularly worker-owned cooperatives. She worked for a non-profit that helped women immigrants and refugees start worker-owned businesses, then worked at another place that helped all kinds of people throughout New York and New England form co-ops of all kinds: worker owned, food co-ops, housing co-ops, farmer co-ops, etc. Since then she’s been working at a sustainable construction company that isn't a cooperative. Done some independent consulting work through the Vermont Center for Employee Ownership, and also volunteered with the Boston Workers' Alliance and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute. Active in the Boston Worker Owned and Run Cooperative Network (WORC'N), the Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy, and the US Federation of Workers' Cooperatives. Lots of things to say about co-ops, especially from an anarchist perspective, and have done lots and lots of workshops about them.

More speakers TBA

Check BAAMBoston.org for updates
See also:
http://BaamBoston.org

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Workshop for hopes
30 Jun 2009
This workshop is really helpful to those people who are unemployed and recently get lay-off. They will surely give some guidance and moral support these people. I hope it will work and continuously do this workshop since the objectives are great and encouraging. Well, I have good news, Today, the awaited Bernie Madoff sentencing has been handed down, and for running the largest Ponzi scheme in history, the culprit has been given 150 years, effectively a life sentence. Some have already pled for the release of Madoff, as his crime is revealed, and there won't be unsecured loans to repay his victims or reestablish any credibility for him at this point. (See more at: http://personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/2009/06/29/bernie-madoff-sentenc/ ) The judge decided that the prosecution was correct in asking for the maximum sentence, and gave him 150 years in the clink. Well, this means justice to all the people he victimized and because of his devious acts many were affected in term in moral and financial aspects.