We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that relies on generous donations from supporters just like you. We use the funds from your donations to continue producing and distributing our weekly radio show Economic Update, our informative videos of lectures and interviews, and to cover basic administrative costs. If you like the work we're doing, please consider making a recurring donation using the form at the right.*PAYPAL ACCOUNT REQUIRED:A PayPal account is required to make a recurring donation, and creating an account is easy and free! If you don't already have an account, you will have the opportunity to create one during the donation process. To make a one-time donation (no PayPal account required), click here.If you don't have the means to contribute financially, there are other ways to get involved with d@w. To learn more about us and what we do, please visit our about page. Thank you!
Democracy at Work is a non-profit that advocates for worker cooperatives and democratic workplaces as a key path to a stronger, democratic economic system. Based on the book Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism by Richard D. Wolff, we envision a future where workers at every level of their offices, stores, and factories have equal voices in the direction of their enterprise and its impact within their community and society at large.
We create the following media projects:
We also host a blog, release limited items such as books, and offer partial support to volunteer groups across the world who are committed to advocating for a stronger, democratic economic system in their local communities.
- Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff, a weekly TV and radio show and podcast
- David Harvey's Anti-Capitalist Chronicles, a bi-weekly podcast
- Global Capitalism: Live Economic Update, a bi-monthly lecture in NYC, filmed and released on Youtube
- Capitalism Hits Home, a bi-weekly podcast
- Puerto Rico Forward, a monthly podcast
Each of these are a collaborative effort, and are brought to you by the hard work and dedication of a small team of workers. To keep costs low, we work via a digital office and rely on donated time from Prof. Wolff as well as other volunteer contributors. We are a 501(c)3 but operate internally as a cooperative to better embody the ideals we believe are a critical part of effective system change.
We rely primarily on the donations of our listeners to cover the costs of wages and salaries, and production costs for all of our projects. They are indeed the lifeblood that allow us to keep going and building a movement through our radio and tv programs, podcasts, websites, blogs, books, and events. If you like our work, please consider contributing to our projects on Patreon, purchasing items in our store, or donating directly. Any amount is extremely helpful in supporting our work!
TEAMSTAFFBetsy Avila, Executive DirectorMaria Carnemolla, Media DirectorLiz Phillips, Public Engagement ManagerCONTRIBUTORSShane Knight, VideographerBryan Isom, Audio EngineerShannon Sorhaindo, BookkeeperAndrew Mercado-Vázquez, Content CreatorBOARDRichard D. Wolff, Founder & ContributorDr. Harriet Fraad, Board MemberBen August, Board MemberWe would like to acknowledge our extended team including volunteers without whose contributions our work would not be possible:Translation TeamMohammad Bijan, فارسیLina Bassarsky, españolRosario Candelero, españolAlfredo Gutiérrez-Amador, español/françaisAndrea Iannone, italianoHongmo Liu, 中文Pietra Luccas, portuguêsAlix Mazuet, français
Carlos Molina, españolJesus Torres Moreno, españolLucas Rolón, españolAntonio Romeu, españolHeidi Schutlz, españolA special thanks to everyone serving as a d@w-Group lead for a current or upcoming group.Graphic Design Team
Luis de la Cruz, IllustratorJose Ferrer, Designer
OUR PARTNERSSUPPORTING PARTNERSWe proudly thank all who work with us and support the project. In addition to many individuals, we also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the following groups and organizations:
The Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities. The Foundation recognizes the profound and often unquantifiable value of the creative process and is willing to take risks and make substantial investments in ambitious and experimental thinking.
ROAR is an online magazine and activist-run journal providing radical grassroots perspectives from the front-lines of the global struggle for real democracy. Visit ROAR for independent coverage and critical analysis of world politics and current affairs from a social movement perspective.COOP PARTNERSWe strive to provide our coop partners with a platform to promote their business while providing exclusive insight about their experiences to d@w supporters. Interested in becoming a partner? Contact us below!
CONTACT USPlease review the following links to our most commonly asked questions. If you would like to:
Inquire about a speaking engagement with Prof. Wolff: speakoutnow.org
To request Prof. Wolff for your television or radio program: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubmit a question or article for Prof. Wolff: rdwolff.com/askprofwolff
Find out how to volunteer: action.democracyatwork.info
Bring Economic Update to a station near you: email@example.com
Receive information on starting a coop: institute.coop/startupOther inquiries? Please use the form below:
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very interested in using mind mapping to organize myself and the work that I do for the environment, and other social causes. Love listening and learning from R.D.Wolff. Would love to air his talks on our radio station. We soon will be streaming our local broadcasts on the Internet.