Community Voices Project Screening
Through the global pandemic and the uprisings for anti-racism and Black liberation, we are seeing — increasingly — neighbors and communities turning to cooperative economic and social practices to survive. These ways of being in relationship with one another have deep roots in Philadelphia — from the Free African Society to the first mutual insurance company to state incorporated cooperative enterprises and beyond — and they need to be remembered, restored, and reimagined.
Join Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance (PACA) staff and members for a short film screening and discussion that uplifts pieces of Philly’s cooperative past and present on Thursday, October 27th from 6-7:30pm. Produced by PACA member Bonfire Media Collective, we hope to bring neighbors together to watch these films, learn together, and grow a stronger and more connected cooperative community.
Please help us spread the word! Share this event with friends and family and use the hashtags #WatchLearnGrow and #PhillyCoops so other folks can find it too!
Accessibility info: this screening is a virtual event. This is a mono-lingual event in english. The films screened will have english captions available. Unfortunately, live captioning and interpretation will not be available at this event. Please be in touch if there are other ways we can support your attendance!
If you have issues registering or questions for the event organizers, please contact jeanette cuevas, firstname.lastname@example.org
This project was made possible thanks to funding from the Independence Public Media Foundation.
This is a free event!