Date(s) - Thu 2 April
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
In an era of cuts and barrel-scraping, could Bristol be doing more to create alternative, socially-motivated economic networks?
CoResist breaks away from documentary screenings with a trio of video clips & audience-led discussion exploring solidarity economies of:
*home-made barter networks.
On hand for expertise will be Chris Sunderland (Real Economy) & Kate Whittle (Co-operantics)
Profits go to Real Economy Co-operative, which supports people in Bristol to set up food buying groups.
Home-made snacks and drink will be available for barter or cash.
£3 on the door or in advance from: http://solidarityeconomies.brownpapertickets.com/