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We need the help of friends and supporters like you! Our organization is growing and the momentum our movement has gained is a sign that things are changing in our society. Here's how you can help:CREATE AN ACCOUNT/SIGN-INThe first step to getting involved is to create and account and sign-in with your email, Facebook or Twitter account. Stay up-to-date on the latest events in your area, as well as new videos, audio, and articles as they're released. Performing small actions online gives you a chance to be featured on our Leaderboards.LEARN ABOUT WORKER COOPSLearn more about worker cooperatives and how they are structured. To learn about the process of beginning a coop, check out the USFWC's Democracy at Work Institute website: institute.coop/startup
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There are plenty of thing you can do to advocate for economic democracy:
Have other ideas or specialized skills you'd like to contribute? Some skills we are looking for:Writers, copy-editors;
- Join a d@w-Group and advocate for democratic workplaces locally.
- Ask your local radio station to add Economic Update to their schedule.
- Flyer or table at a local event. Use the materials on the groups page.
- Invite Prof. Wolff to an event near you. Use the Speaker Request Form.
- Spread the word online! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. When you see something from d@w, like it, comment, and share it with your friends.
Graphic designers, illustrators, animators;
Social media coordinators (various platforms);
Written translation (any language), and more;
Have these or other skills you would like to contribute? Let us know below:Become a volunteer
In January of 2015, Prof. Wolff began an hourly show on community sponsored radio, KPFT.org 90.1 on the FM dial, in Houston, Texas. I began listening every Monday, at 9:00 a.m. to his Economic Update and also viewed Prof Wolff's educational video's on his website. I read books he wrote and suggested, Democracy at Work and two by Harriet Fraad. The books and new information changed my life. I realized that I had the same ideas and views but never had an outlet to share them. I wrapped my mind around the topics and weekly updates that Prof. Wolff spoke of. The first change I made was in banking. I changed from a national bank to a community credit union.
This upcoming November, 2015 Prof. Wolff will be speaking in Houston through arrangements with KPFT.org our listener supported radio. I will be volunteering at the event.I support D@W because I have the same values and beliefs in regards to humanity, the environment, equality and economics. Thank you for all your good work.