Evie is a Brooklyn-based (by way of South Pasadena, California) worker-owner, community gardener, and solidarity economy organizer. Over the past couple of years, she has been involved in anti-mass incarceration and restorative justice work with an emphasis on queer and trans incarcerated folks, environmental and immigrant justice organizing, and coordinating a radical discussion group about all things related to gender and sexual identity. Her passion for environmental, economic, racial, and gender justice, and a deep love for New York City, brings her to solidarity economy work, where she serves as Program Manager for CEANYC.
What Barcelona’s Social and Solidarity Economy Means for NYC
At the end of June, activists from Mexico, the United States, and Canada gathered at the Fearless Cities Conference—North America’s first ever municipalist summit—to discuss local strategies to build a more just, democratic, and inclusive economy…
September 14, 2018