Catalyzing worker co-ops & the solidarity economy
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.
To change the police, we need to fundamentally change the organization of city government.
In this Solidarity Chicago session, you will learn historical and contemporary examples of how our communities have employed rotating savings and credit associations, peer-to-peer lending, and other creative methods of harnessing capital.
Seven thing the author learned about the principle of the Sovereignty of Labor while visiting the Mondragon Cooperative Corporation in the fall of 2019.
John McNamara responds to responses to his article on why a "cooperative Uber" is a bad idea, and reports on some of the many tech cooperative projects.
The concluding chapter of Solidarity Economy Roads which brings together observations from the previous 10 chapters.
Luis Razeto Migliaro considers the relationship between spirituality and economy.
John McNamara reflects on his 26 years as a worker-owner at Union Cab.