How a little co-op helped end black voter disenfranchisement

An op-ed by David Thompson, president of the Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation, was published this week by The Post and Courier, the South's oldest daily newspaper. Click through to read about the integral role a small South Carolinian co-op played in helping to end black voter disenfranchisement. Throughout the month of February, NCBA CLUSA is highlighting the impact of cooperative leaders in shaping the civil rights movement.

Continue reading here: http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20160214/PC1002/160219625/1021/















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Wed Dec 13 23:00:06 +0000 2017

New co-op development center in #Ohio! Thanks to @usdaRD funds! @OhioState #GoCoop #cooperatives STORY:… https://t.co/Vs62451hMM
Wed Dec 13 23:00:04 +0000 2017

In the battle for #netneutrality can #cooperatives keep the internet democratic? Great piece from @YESmaghttps://t.co/CLds0YmXyo
Wed Dec 13 22:39:04 +0000 2017

RT @RGCcoffee: Very proud to be included in an article by @NCBACLUSA featuring Coop San Antonio in El Salvador. Also thanks to @BlueHarvest

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