We invite you to celebrate our first birthday and the growing solidarity economy in Los Angeles at a gathering on Saturday, October 3rd 2015 from 7 to 9pm with friends at the Los Angeles Eco-village. Please bring food or drink and your dreams for a better world to share.

We have a special guest from the Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem Terra (Landless Workers Movement) of Brazil. We will also be joined by worker-owners from Pacific Electric Worker-Owned Coop, Legends Animated, and SOL Catering. Under the beautiful magnolia tree at the Los Angeles Eco-Village.

RSVP at http://tiny.cc/solidarityla

Love and rainbows,
Ashley, Eric, Gilda, Hnin, Joann, Karen, Kate, Kemi, Misty, Rachel, Tomas, and Yvonne


We Are a Worker-Owned Collective of Researchers, Storytellers, and Creatives

Solidarity Research Center’s partnership has been essential for us, in identifying new sectors to expand into and develop market share.

Somerset Waters

Worker-Owner, Pacific Electric Worker-Owned Coop

At a time when economic inequality is growing in Los Angeles, the U.S., and the world, we need new ways and means to figure out how we are going to bridge that divide.  And that is what Solidarity Research Center is all about.

Gilda Haas

Dr. Pop

Solidarity Research Center is aiding the CURB coalition in developing a data visualization tool for our partners to better understand the inner workings and threads within the local budgets. 

Diana Zuniga

Interim Statewide Coordinator, Californians United for a Responsible Budget

Solidarity Research Center has not only provided hands-on research guidance to researchers on the ground in Chicago, but given their understanding of deeper political and structural injustices, they have also helped shape the overall strategy for the campaign.  We have been impressed with their professionalism, integrity, and of course dedication to the issues that we are confronting.

Jose Oliva

Co-Director, Food Chain Workers Alliance

We have worked particularly with Yvonne Yen Liu on matters involving the independent farmworker union Familias Unidas por la Justicia and the Baja California, Mexico based Allianza de Organizaciones Nacional, Estatal y Municipal por la Justicia Social of San Quintin that joined the international boycott of Driscoll’s berries upon their formation.

Tomás Alberto Madrigal shared his knowledge about the companies, how to troubleshoot communications campaign projects, and early on how to find hard to find material on the companies and CEO’s in question.  We have nothing but good things to say about Yvonne Yen Liu and her supporters.

Rosalinda Guillen

Executive Director, Community to Community Development

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