|20th May 2019
Food Plymouth core team members Andrew Shadrake and Ian Smith and our good friend Jay Tompt from the REconomy Centre, Totnes enjoyed an inspirational evening with Kali and Saki Akuno of Cooperation Jackson at Schumacher College, Dartington. Kali and Saki presented a pithy and engaging account of their work around asset based community development and a broad span of cooperative business endeavours, including a food growing enterprise, with colleagues and partners in Jackson, Mississippi.
Left: Freedom and Social Justice – Saki Akuno
Kali’s realism and explanation of the Politics and realpolitik of Cooperation Jackson’s work was particularly informative and impressive. Please follow Cooperation Jackson and their work.