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From Breweries to Factory Floors, Worker Coops are Blooming

Randy Mueller writes in LocavestingFrom Breweries to Factory Floors, Worker Coops are Blooming.” In this article, Mueller quotes John Duda, the Democracy Collaborative’s Director of Communications:

Worker coops remain “a core part of our vision for what a more democratic economy looks like,” says John Duda, director of communications at Democracy Collaborative, a new economy research institute, and a co-organizer of the workshop.

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Publication date: 2018-08-01
Parent publication: Locavesting
Publication URL: From Breweries to Factory Floors, Worker Coops are Blooming

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