We Made A Free Documentary on How to Start a Worker Co-op

The worker cooperative movement is flourishing. That’s because there’s a growing understanding that the economy and the businesses we work in would fair better if they were owned and run by the people. But starting a worker co-op is difficult, and the process can be daunting. That’s why we at TESA teamed up with┬áThe Laura[…]

Your Abolish ICE Study Guide

Why should we abolish ICE? How can we abolish ICE? What do we do after we’ve abolished ICE? And how do I get my friends and family to support abolishing ICE? These are the questions people have been asking after the movement to abolish ICE gained a groundswell of support over the past few months.[…]

‘What To Do instead of Calling the Police” is a Must Read

Neighborhoods across the nation are in midst of major changes. As they occur, conversations at the local, state and national levels are shining light on countless examples of ongoing brutality from police in already vulnerable communities. In the Bay area for example, where gentrification is on the rise, 311 (nonviolent) calls have gone up almost[…]

Free Resource: Winning Debates About Unions and Workers’ Rights

Want to help your students, co-workers, friends, activists, and family members have better conversations about unions and workers’ rights? Well, then this resource that we at the TESA Collective designed is just for you. Don’t let your argument get drowned out by anti-union rhetoric, come prepared. Our exercise lets you role-play with different scenarios and[…]

Cause/Effect: A Free Introductory Workshop on Climate Change

Extreme weather. Scarce resources. Natural disasters. Climate change is becoming clearer and more urgent every year. There is plenty of work to be done, and many communities are already taking action. You can, too, with TESA’s free workshop introducing the causes and effects of climate change. Often, climate literacy is the first step to action:[…]

Your Study Guide to the Cooperative Movement

Cooperatives are all the rage! And that’s because cooperatives are, well, pretty great. They can change lives, communities, regions, and entire economies. At the same time, while an increasing number of people are discovering cooperatives, it’s not always clear how or where to learn more about them – whether you want the fundamentals or to[…]