Hope for a Cooperative Life: Forecasting Cooperative Trends
The conclusion assesses the role and significance of each cooperative within the broader New Orleans cooperative movement. Locally responsive, internationally inspired New Orleanian cooperative-city partnerships continue to provide a scalable model of equitable bioregionalism promoting economic and environmental sustainability. Rooted in specific neighborhoods and organized by longtime community activists, glocalized cooperatives intimately understand resident needs and draw on a common community identity and mutual aid traditions to recruit members. Ultimately, New Orleans’s internationally-inspired cooperatives can be models for other marginalized communities seeking democratic alternatives to both free market globalism and unchecked nationalism.
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