The Oak Tree, a faith movement working toward justice in Spokane, is focusing on building and enacting a sustainable economic development strategy for the city.
Through its Worker Owned Cooperatives Team, which meets the second and fourth Friday of the month, the group will conducting feasibility studies in various industry areas for first worker owned cooperative startups, draft a charter for the Spokane Cooperative Network and organize money to create a shared-secure lending pool for startup capital. The meetings are at 5:30 p.m. at Indaba Coffee.
The Oak Tree also has a leadership team, which is working to create the organizational infrastructure to build power through relationships for justice. That team meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at 4 p.m. at Indaba.
Guests are welcome. For information visit the groups Facebook page.