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Feb 21 If worker co-ops obtain such great outcomes, why aren’t they the dominant way of doing business? Many factors explain their scarcity, from difficulty...
Feb 21 Friday, April 12, 2019 -- 9am-6pm @ CUNY School of Labor and Urban StudiesCan the economy be democratized? How can we transform it into a more...
Feb 20 Now that activists in New York City successfully chased Amazon and its “HQ2” plan out of New York City, there is a new challenge: Can the organizers...
Feb 20 Clearly, business driven by highest return to existing wealth leads inevitably to concentration and, consequently, to ever-worsening inequality. In...
Feb 20 “We’re not fighting for ourselves, but for a better quality of life for our kids and their children. They won’t be screwed over or trampled upon by...
Feb 18 Although the image of pirate captains as businessmen might be a little challenging it’s actually no less exciting. Individual or fleets of pirate...
Feb 18 Rebecca Dunn: Cooperative Fund of New England—CFNE—was started in 1975 with money from the Haymarket People’s Fund and money George Pillsbury...
Feb 18 ESOPs and employee-owned cooperatives share many similarities as well as differences, and each model can provide a distinct set of features for a...
Feb 14 Think Outside the Boss provides community members an introduction into the nuts and bolts of starting and running a cooperatively owned business. We...
Feb 14 Saturday, February 23, 2019; 10 AM - 5 PMArcata Playhouse, Arcata California"The role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible."​--​Toni...


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