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Hasta Coffee Limited in SOUTHAMPTON

The register of persons with significant control that own or have control over the company consists of 1 name. As BizStats established, there is Miss Surjit Kaur, a resident of United Kingdom and a British national from Southampton, United Kingdom. The abovementioned PSC was born in July 1978, has 25-50% voting rights and has 25-50% shares.

Prince Of Wales Avenue, 59, Southampton, SO15 4LT, United Kingdom

Country of residence United Kingdom
Nationality British
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Date of birth July 1978
Nature of control: right to appoint and remove directors 25-50% voting rights 25-50% shares

Hasta Muerte Serves Coffee with a Side of Resistance

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  • Photo courtesy of Hasta Muerte Coffee
  • The five-person collective behind Fruitvale's newest gathering space.
A Latinx-owned, collectively run coffee shop is set to debut in Oakland’s Fruitvale district.

After years of plotting, Hasta Muerte Coffee (2701 Fruitvale Ave.) — a third-wave cafe, radical bookstore, and community events space — will hold its grand opening at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 19. While hip coffee shops are often thought of as gentrifying sources, the Hasta Muerte collective is working to actively subvert that notion. Its five members — who have experience in community organizing, activism, art, music, and bikes — were primarily drawn to coffee as a way to bring people together. Another element working in their favor is that three of them actually live in Fruitvale.

“The first step is offering coffee, community, and solidarity,” worker-owner Matt Gereghty said. After normal coffee-consuming hours, Hasta Muerte plans to organize cultural events like film screenings, workshops, and art shows — “things that are centered on holding down our various and vibrant cultural identities,” Gereghty said.

A small bookstore within the cafe is curated with an eye toward decolonizing struggles.

“What trends can history teach us about making it through the present moment and times to come? We want to add fuel to the flame of resilience and resistance,” Gereghty said.

There’s a conference room in the back, which Gereghty said Hasta Muerte plans to lend to community groups in need of meeting space. The main, 600-square-foot cafe space seats about 25 people and features a robust play area for kids.

On the coffee side of things, Hasta Muerte members linked up with a roaster in Berkeley to learn more about direct sourcing and roasting. The goal is for Hasta Muerte to handle these aspects independently within the next few years. Together, collective members developed a medium-roast blend that’s darker and more full-bodied than what most third-wave roasters are putting out right now. Worker-owner Melanie Garza described it as smooth with notes of chocolate and fruit.

“I wanted something that my grandparents would want to drink,” she said. “A lot of coffees right now are super bright and floral, and I really like that, but it doesn’t feel familiar.”

One thing the group has wrestled with is pricing. A cup of black coffee at a trendy cafe can go for as much as $3.50, which isn’t exactly an affordable, everyday expenditure for many Oakland residents. But the collective also wants to build a sustainable business model for themselves. They landed on an 8-oz cup of coffee for $1.60, pastries for less than $3, and a kids' menu, including fruit smoothies for $3.50 and hot cocoa for $2.25. The most expensive item is the $5.50 Argentine-style empanadas, which are large enough to function as a light meal. There are meat and vegetarian variations, with a gluten-free option still to come.

Hasta Muerte Coffee: Community x Coffee x Solidarity

From Hasta Muerte Coffee

Hasta Muerte Coffee is the collective vision of a few homies to open up a coffee shop where vibrant community, good coffee and social justice work meet in the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oaktown.

The founding members of the collective are three Latinx folks. Between us, projects we’ve organized here in Oakland include running two print shops, a book and zine distro, and a community bike shop that trains and mentors youth. We have also facilitated reading groups, educational events on local and radical histories and kept it lit the whole time.

As the years have gone by we’ve seen a steady need for welcoming, loving, and autonomous spaces for our folks to gather, connect, and build with each other.

Hasta Muerte Coffee is an effort to hold down a Latinx owned and run space with our community in a time of displacement. We want to inspire the communities we are a part of, especially young people, to share stories, histories and struggles that sustain the Town’s cultural legacy of resilience from people of color, queer folks, activists, and undocumented communities.

We’re doing this by opening a warm + inviting familia style coffee shop serving specialty coffee and Latinx bites from local organic sources.

We’ll be home to a selection of books, zines, and merchandise highlighting the spirit and social fabric that makes Oaktown so radiant.

As a collective project, our shop will be owned and run by the workers who make collective decisions, and maintain a non hierarchical kinda work space. This model ensures that the workers who own and run the space receive 100% of the profits and our vision stays true.

So now we’re here. We have a dope vision, a beautiful space, a solid business plan, and a dedicated collectivo. What we need now is your contribution, to begin the next steps in the process building out our space making Hasta Muerte Coffee a reality.

By contributing to our project, you’re not only helping build a coffee shop, your actively helping open a space for community members to host meetings, events, classes, and find resources like tenant rights counseling, support for undocumented workers, and drop in tutoring for youth.

Your donation will directly go to getting this place built, with a projected grand opening in early 2017.

As a Kickstarter, we must raise all of our goal in order to get the funds needed to make this project happen. Surpassing our goal would ensure that the project stays on track and opens its doors as soon as possible.

If you support this vision click the button on the right and pledge what you can! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Con Amor and Solidarity, 

Yr Homies at Hasta Muerte Coffee

Hasta Muerte Coffee es la visión colectiva de unxs homies de abrir una tienda de café en donde una comunidad vibrante, el buen café y la justicia social se encuentran en el barrio de Fruitvale en Oaktown.

Lxs fundadores del colectivo son tres personas Latinxs. Entre nosotrxs, los proyectos que hemos organizado aquí en Oakland incluyen dos imprentas, un proveedor de libros y zines, y una tienda comunitaria de bicicletas que capacita y guía a lxs jóvenes. También hemos facilitado grupos de lectura, eventos educativos sobre las historias locales y radicales y lo mantuvimos encendido todo el tiempo.

Mientras los años han pasado hemos visto una necesidad constante de espacios acogedores, amables y autónomos para nuestra gente, para reunirse, conectarse y construirse entre sí.

Hasta Muerte Coffee es un esfuerzo para mantener un espacio Latinx dirigido y manejado con nuestra comunidad en un tiempo de desplazamiento. Queremos inspirar a las comunidades de las que somos parte, sobre todo lxs jóvenes, para compartir historias y luchas que sostienen la herencia cultural de resiliencia del Town de las personas de color, personas queer, activistas y comunidades indocumentadas.

Estamos haciendo esto con la apertura de una tienda de café amable + acogedora de estilo familiar que sirve café de especialidad y bocados Latinxs provenientes de fuentes locales orgánicas.

Vamos a ser el hogar de una selección de libros, zines, y mercancía destacando el espíritu y el tejido social que hace Oaktown tan radiante.

Como un proyecto colectivo, nuestra tienda será dirigida por lxs trabajadores que toman decisiones colectivas, y mantienen un espacio de trabajo no jerárquico. Este modelo asegura que lxs trabajadores que son dueñxs y dirigentes del espacio reciben el 100% de los beneficios y que nuestra visión se mantiene auténtica.

Entonces ahora estamos aquí. Tenemos una visión chévere, un espacio hermoso, un plan de negocios sólido, y un colectivo dedicado. Lo que necesitamos ahora es tu contribución, para comenzar los próximos pasos en el proceso de construir nuestro espacio, haciendo Hasta Muerte Coffee una realidad.

Al contribuir con nuestro proyecto, no sólo estás ayudando a construir una tienda de café, estás ayudando activamente para abrir un espacio para miembrxs de la comunidad para albergar reuniones, eventos, clases, y encontrar recursos como el asesoramiento de derechos de lxs inquilinxs, el apoyo a lxs trabajadores indocumentadxs, y la tutoría para lxs jóvenes.

Tu donación irá directamente a construir este lugar, con una gran apertura proyectada en los principios del 2017.

Como un Kickstarter, tenemos que recaudar todo nuestro objetivo para obtener los fondos necesarios para hacer posible este proyecto. Superando nuestro objetivo aseguraría que el proyecto va por buen camino y abriría sus puertas tan pronto como sea posible.

Gracias por tu atención, ahora por favor calculas la cantidad de dinero que nos va a dar. Nos vemos

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