In this episode, I speak with executive director Noni Session about how EB PREC is garnering support to shift real estate ownership from extractive developers into the hands of the BIPOC community in Oakland and the East Bay. She shares the difference between a permanent real estate co-op and land trust, ancestral remembrance of cooperative ownership, how they got the first group of people to invest, their governance structure and multi-stakeholder model, prioritizing inclusivity and accessibility to individual investors, transparency of investment risks and how they mitigate it, and their exciting new venture - a historic Black arts venue they’ve acquired for Black artists and small businesses at 50% of market rate.
 Play Cousins Collective: Black Family Care NetworkPlay Cousins Collective is a Black centered family care network based in Louisvi
 St. Louis Mutual Aid: Meeting Basic Needs Through CommunitySt. Louis Mutual Aid is based in St. Louis, MO. They are a network of organizers
 Looms of Ladakh: Women-owned Wool Textile CooperativeLooms of Ladakh is a women owned luxury wool clothing cooperative based in the H