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Cleveland’s Green, Large-Scale Co-Op Model Gains Steam In A Decaying Economy

“Something important is happening in Cleveland: a new model of large-scale worker- and community-benefiting enterprises is beginning to build serious momentum in one of the cities most dramatically impacted by the nation’s decaying economy.”

Read more about The Democracy Collaborative’s work in Cleveland in the Huffington Post.

Publication date: 2010-02-28
Parent publication: Huffington Post (reprinted from The Nation Magazine)
Publication URL: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/clevelands-green-large-sc_n_463046

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