The Deep Roots of African-American Cooperative Economics

“African-Americans started using cooperative economics from the moment they were forcibly brought to the Americas from Africa, at first for practical reasons. They realized that their survival depended on working together and sharing resources. They had collective traditions from the African nations and civilizations they came from, that they applied in the Americas when they could.” -Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard

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