Relationships based on trust and mutual respect which recognize and honor our inherent interdependence are the core of Solidarity Economy work. In order to build a radically different economy, we must practice a radically different culture: caring for each other in good times and in hard times, through disagreement and through conflict. As SE organizers, we commit to struggling for freedom together, and learning to face conflict and challenges directly. This means that we don’t exclude people from organizations or movements except as a last resort. We set healthy boundaries and we don’t let harm slide. We pay attention to our collective needs and support each other to stay true to our shared values.