We Oppose and Propose
We are a worker self-directed nonprofit that develops solidarity economies using data science, story-based strategy, and action research. We work at the intersection of racial justice and solidarity economies.
- Data Science 90% 90%
- Measurement and Evaluation 95% 95%
- Data Visualization 100% 100%
- Spatial Analysis and Mapmaking 90% 90%
- Market Research 80% 80%
- Survey Design and Analysis 95% 95%
- Qualitative Research 90% 90%
- Content Production 100% 100%
- Facilitation and Training 95% 95%
The domain for Solidarity Research Center was once connected to the book No Easy Victories: African Liberation and American Activists Over a Half Century, 1950-2000 (Africa World Press, 2007), which detailed the linked struggles between North American activists with African liberation movements. We are grateful to William Minter and proud to steward this history of transnational solidarity.