Can you hear the sounds of resistance ringing in the Excelsior? In A Fight for Our Home zine, learn about the sound of neighbors coming together to create community solutions.
Share this contentIn District 11, a groundswell of grassroots planning is paving the way to implement people powered community development. PODER and our allies in Communities United for Health & Justice, hit the streets with clipboards and mapping tools. Across culture and language we identified opportunities to meet the needs of working class young people, families, workers, and elders on […]
In this series, we see solidarity economies unfolding, from cocoon to butterfly, exploring through a collective process what actions we can take to support a community transition to a solidarity economy.
Working cooperatively is a muscle that we develop. In this series, craft the deep skills of community based governance by developing shared and horizontal leadership skills.
In this series, explore what it means to get by, get ahead, and get together, weaving in our family wisdoms into a powerful strategy for advancing a solidarity economy.
In this workshop, demystify the solidarity economy and expose the range of strategies that meet our community’s needs.
In this series of workshops focused on interpersonal building and transformation for working cooperatively, uncover root causes, invest in personal healing processes, and build the skills to navigate and interrupt oppression.
Building solidarity equals power. Sustaining our solidarity economies means building movements and organizing. In this series, learn about organizing and movement building efforts that break down barriers and expand support for a solidarity economy.
Share this contentIn 2015, PODER together with San Francisco Rising Alliance prioritized making San Francisco a more affordable place for our communities to live. We are immigrants, people of color, families, workers, tenants, and youth and we deserve to stay in our City. On November 3rd, we ask you to join us in voting for […]
Share this contentWe are flipping the script! Instead of waiting for developers to make over our neighborhoods, neighborhood leaders in District 11 are doing it for themselves. Working class, inmigrante, and people of color folks are stepping forward to plan their own neighborhoods and create community-based development that meets people’s needs. That’s how over 300 […]