Zebras Unite is:
“a network that connects founders, investors, and communities who want to see a more sustainable and inclusive kind of startup ecosystem. In contrast to the winner-take-all fantasy of the unicorn, Zebras build startups that are diverse, practical, and accountable to the people they claim to serve. We do not believe that genuine diversity will come from more diversity programs in status-quo companies; it requires rethinking how startups work, how they are funded, and what and who they are built for.”
They are part of the Platform Cooperative movement, and a big part of their strategy is agitating for existing platforms owned by startups to “exit to community”, as an alternative to being acquired by a datafarming corporation or becoming one (via IPO). For example, in the article linked above, they lay out a vision for WeWork to sell Meetup.com to its members, making it a platform cooperative.
Considering that Snowdrift could also be described as a platform cooperative that “connects founders, investors, and communities who want to see a more sustainable and inclusive kind of startup ecosystem”, I wonder how to two projects could work together towards this common goal?