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Sep 16 A documentary on the work of the Women's Awareness Center, Nepal (WACN).Watch more videos from the International Development Exchange (IDEX) on...
Sep 16 Since the first community supported agriculture program was established in western Massachusetts in the 1980s, the concept of buying food directly...
Sep 16 Over the past decade, the Riverwest neighborhood has incubated a handful of small but exemplary cooperatives. People's Books (804 E. Center St.)...
Sep 15 On remote Deer Isle, Maine, the movement for a more just and democratic economy won a major victory this summer. More than 60 employees of three...
Sep 15 Earlier this month, the small city of Somerset, Kentucky drew national attention when it opened a municipally-owned and -operated fuel center in an...
Sep 13 by Josh DavisCommon-pool resource [n]: a type of good consisting of a natural or human-made resource system, whose size or characteristics makes it...
Sep 12 Whatever its form, worker ownership should appeal to both liberals and conservatives for very different reasons. For liberals, worker ownership is a...
Sep 12 The village shop is a cornerstone of rural communities – but they are closing at the rate of 400 a year. Thankfully, the co-op movement is filling...
Sep 11 GRITtv has teamed up with TESA (the Toolbox for Education & Social Action) to make a short "how-to" video for people curious about co-ops. Own...
Sep 11 Compared to the second quarter of 2013, membership declined at 54% of the nation’s credit unions in the second quarter of this year, according to...