Cooperative Model for Long-term Economic Development
This session is a part of Legal Basics for BIPOC and Native-Led Creative Businesses, a series of virtual workshops (on Zoom) presented by Anisha Murphy (Just Law LLC), Minnesota Lawyers for the Arts and Springboard for the Arts.
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 12, 6:00 - 7:30 PM Central Time
Cooperative Model for Long-term Economic Development (1.5 hrs.)
This session will cover the basics of cooperatives and collaborative projects for small businesses and arts groups.
These workshops are for artists and creative businesses led by individuals that identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Person of Color) or Native. We use these terms to mean those who identify as: Black/African/African American, Afro Latino/a/x, Caribbean, Chicano/a/x, Mexican, Central American, South American, Middle Eastern/North African, Southeast Asian/Asian, Indigenous, American Indian, Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, Native Alaskan. We recognize that these descriptions and this language is ever-evolving and will always be inadequate. If this description resonates with you, we invite you to attend.
Online Platform: Zoom Meeting. Meetings are designed to be a collaborative event with all participants being able to turn on their video and audio, and see who else is in attendance. This event can be attended for free using a cell phone or landline number and does not require videoconferencing equipment or an internet connection.
Breakout Rooms: Breakout rooms (smaller discussion groups that are separate from the main Zoom session) may be used during this event. Participation in breakout rooms is optional.
Recording: This session will not be recorded.
Captioning: This event will be captioned using AI generated live transcription.
Register: To register, click on the red "Register" button below. If you have questions, contact Andy Sturdevant at 651-294-0907 or firstname.lastname@example.org