worker cooperatives

Workers’ cooperatives are businesses that are owned and democratically operated/governed by the employees, with each employee serving as a part-owner of the business.

For a while now, there’s been a growing interest in what’s called “community wealth-building”.

On Thursday, June 26th the New York City Council will vote to approve the city's annual budget, which contains a $1.2 million initiative to fund the development of

Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young’s film “SHIFT CHANGE” will premiere at 5 p.m. Sunday, April 6 on KCTS 9.

More than four years since the financial crisis hit the United States, economic recovery has been slow and the majority of jobs that have returned are low wage. But there are alternatives.

Worker ownership of businesses is making waves across the country.  One such effort is in Chicago - the just-formed New Era Windows cooperative.  These are the workers who refused to just give in t

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