It’s been more than 10 years since the financial crisis of 2008, and working people are still being hammered by its effects — stagnating wages, a widening gap between the rich and the poor, and a rise in the sharing economy to meet basic needs. At the same time, one legacy of the 2008 crash has been the growth of the movement for democratic worker-ownership.
Advocates Fought to Make Co-ops Eligible for Paycheck Protection Loans
January 5, 2021
Baltimore’s Taharka Brothers latest business to convert to worker-owned cooperative
December 16, 2020
Co-Op Owned By Formerly Incarcerated Black Women Wins Grant To Bring More Healthy Meals To South And West Sides
October 28, 2020