2pm March 5th
301 York Street,
Her groundbreaking work chronicles African American cooperative business ownership and its place in the movements for Black civil rights and economic equality. Through her research, Gordon Nembhard finds that African Americans, as well as other people of color and low-income people, have benefited greatly from cooperative ownership and democratic economic participation throughout the nation’s history.
This program is free, but tickets are required - register here for the March 5th lecture at the Public Library.