Jeff Warren and Caroline Woolard made this image to visualize the Solidarity Economy in a neighborhood. The poster is available in English, Spanish, and Mandarin. The download on this page includes all three.
If you would like to buy a poster version of the image, you can go HERE. All proceeds go to the NAACP and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
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From a birds-eye view, a line drawing of a city scene with many buildings and plazas. One building has a “Food Co-op” and a community center. On the roof are gardens in greenhouses. Another building is a “Credit Union.” Outside, stick figures at tables sit under a banner that states, “Community Land Trust.” Many more stick figure people sit outside in the plazas, gathered to watch theater, music, or hear a speaker. Others ride bikes, walk with families, work. Another building has been converted to a “Trade School”, replete with a wind turbine. There is also a community radio station, a worker-owned cafe, a Barter Club, a first-aid tent, and an urban garden.