Combating Climate Crisis
The Social Justice Co-operative is building a grassroots movement centred on creating caring communities and fostering friendships between activists based on caring for each other. We believe in the dignity and value of every human being. We call this movement a “Revolution of Care” because revolutionary care is the antidote to capitalism, and it is capitalism that has made our society sick. Where capitalism relies on greed to function, the antidote must be generosity. Where capitalism relies on individualism, the antidote must be community.
Join us as we march with Fridays For Future for climate action and demand #NoMoreEmptyPromises
Green New Drinks
Green New Drinks is an opportunity to bring the community together and hear from local organizers and people with lived experience to talk about social and environmental justice issues.
Community dialogue is key for consensus building. Check out our YouTube page to see some of the discussions we've hosted.
Leaving No One Behind
Building a campaign to address the climate crisis in Newfoundland and Labrador by connecting with activists and organizing a wide range of actions with a vision of anti-racism, anti-colonialism, and international worker solidarity.
Sex Workers Rights
Expressing solidarity with sex workers & sex worker rights
We, at the Social Justice Co-op, stand with sex workers and push for a system that no longer polices our bodies. In celebration of International Sex Worker Rights Day, we shared a video on "Stories of Sex Worker Solidarity".
Full & Permanent Immigration #StatusForAll
We support the initiatives by the Migrant Rights Network on their pledge to build a #FeministRecovery that includes Full and Permanent Immigration Status for All. We honour the visible and invisible work of migrant, undocumented and racialized women.
Build Safer Communities
Divest from Prisons and Policing
The Social Justice Co-op is a signatory of the 'Choosing Real Safety: a Historic Declaration to Divest from Prisons and Policing and Build Safer Communities', collaboratively developed and authored by the Abolition Coalition and its allies. Show your support, and join us in signing the declaration!
Protect Gull Island
We support the North American Megadam Resistance Alliance on their campaign to oppose construction of the Gull Island mega-hydro project (Phase 2 of Nalcor's Lower Churchill Project) and to protect the Grand River/Mistashipu (colonially known as Churchill River) in Labrador and other endangered rivers across the country. Join us and sign the petition!
The Anti-Racism Coalition of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARC-NL) actively works to counter all forms of racism. The main objective of the ARC-NL is to promote and support a culture of anti-racism within the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Memorial University Climate Action Coalition
The Coalition is a collection of students, faculty, staff, and community members with the shared interest of pursuing climate action at Memorial University