This is Part II of a five-part series on worker-directed cooperatives as an autonomous community self-development tool.
The wealth disparity between those labeled "the one percent" and the remainder of the population continues to provoke anxiety and anger. At the same time African Americans struggle with an unemployment rate double the white rate across all educational levels and experience disproportionately high rates of State-sponsored violence.(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...)