Date Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Time 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Location Hallock Auditorium

122 Elm St.
Oberlin, OH 44074

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The image is an illustration of The Cleveland Model of sustainable business. A map-style illustration features arrows connecting different buildings. The buildings are marked "anchor institution," "worker cooperatives," "surrounding community," "non-profit corporation," and "municipal government."

How can large businesses meet the needs of workers, communities and customers? How can communities maximize the benefit of a green new deal, or the local purchases of large economic institutions? How can businesses build resilience in the face of recession?

Join us to hear a worker-owner and an executive from Cleveland’s own Evergreen Cooperatives talk about models of large-scale worker-owned and community-benefiting businesses that are creating change for returning citizens, immigrants, and economically disinvested communities around the country, the world, and here in Northeast Ohio. 

There will be a Q&A-style discussion after the talk.

To learn more about Evergreen Cooperatives visit

This event is facilitated by the Office of Environmental Sustainability and Evergreen Cooperatives in conjunction with Ecolympics. To learn more about Ecolympics visit

Infographic designed by Benjamin Yi for Democracy Collaborative.

Event Contact

Lu Zucker

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