Are you curious about the challenges and importance of cooperatives? Maybe you just want to know what kind of rockets are in Kevin’s background, Cinar’s take on minimalist design, or what Larry’s favorite band is?
The hosts of our podcast All Things Co-op will be ready and eager to answer your questions LIVE on Friday, January 27th from 1-2pm ET.
This is a free event, and open to all. It will be streamed on the d@w YouTube channel.
RSVP if you would like to receive an email just before the event begins with a direct link to join!
You can ask questions by writing them in the YouTube chat or emailing them to [email protected].
Kevin, Cinar, and Larry have hosted All Things Co-op since 2019. In that time they've produced over 70 episodes and interviewed over 40 people in the cooperative sector. Before the show, these three hosts worked together organizing cooperative education and support in Washington D.C. for over 2 years. Each of them bring their own individual experience in law, economics, international development, and more. They are ready to answer your questions!
Cinar Akcin is an international development economist, activist and writer. He has worked with numerous progressive organizations on anti-war, labor rights, income inequality and economic justice issues. One of the first members of the DC chapter of Democracy at Work, Cinar is a dedicated supporter of worker-owned enterprises. He believes that the democratic management of our work places is the best way to ensure a sustainable economy for generations to come.
Kevin Gustafson is a lawyer, organizer, musician and podcaster from Washington D.C. Kevin has been involved in radical left-wing politics since 2001, engaging in anti-war, anti-foreclosure, housing rights, immigrant rights, pro-socialist, anti-fascist actions for nearly two decades. In addition to his organizing work, Kevin is writer, a blogger, a student pilot, a part-time pundit, a space travel enthusiast, and a podcaster where he hosts the Sensible Socialist podcast as well as All Things Co-op.
Larry Fenster is an alumnus of the radical movements of the 1970s and 1980s. He joined the All Things Coop Podcast because he believes that worker owned and operated coops are an essential component of a democratic alternative to our current economic system.