Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy
Why Black women teachers are especially well-suited for teaching life skills.
Jessica Gordon-Nembhard talks about her research into the history of African-American co-ops.
Members of Madison Freewheel Bicycle Co. talk about their organization.
Kim Grveles tells the story of how disgruntled workers at a Wisconsin non-profit formed a worker co-op to do the same work they were doing as employees, but with all the benefits of ownership.
Preface and chapter 1 of Louis Razeto's guide to creating solidarity enterprises.
The principle of spreading losses is important to expand upon to make the worker co-operative movement resistant to, and even benefited by, economic disruptions.
Matt joined a cooperative and was written a poem as a thank-you.
Executive Director of Shared Capital Cooperative, Christina Jennings, discusses how Shared Capital operates and how they have been acting to serve their members and the wider cooperative community during the COVID 19 pandemic.
The program for cooperative housing offered here is one way to provide a partial answer to the crisis in which we now find ourselves.
Sci-fi author and GEO Collective member checks in with Matt Noyes.