The democratic organization of nonprofits is both possible and, in many cases, more desirable for workers. So why is it so uncommon?(More...)
The Full Participation Economy: Prison Workers, the American Worker and the Power of Cooperative Work [Part I]
This is Part I of a five-part series on worker-directed cooperatives as an autonomous community self-development tool.
American workers and prison laborers are both trapped in oppressive systems, but non-incarcerated workers are increasingly opting out of conventional business structures to become worker-owners in Worker Self Directed Enterprises (WSDEs).(More...)
The emerging new politics will work for democratizing enterprises, and thereby the economy. That's why we're launching Coop Talk — a blog that will disseminate knowledge, research, and analysis in support of the advancement of worker-owned cooperatives.(More...)