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One Of America’s Poorest Cities Has A Radical Plan To Remake Itself

The Evergreen Cooperative in Cleveland, OH is featured as an example of the benefits of employee ownership. The Democracy Collaborative’s Jessica Bonanno Rose, also a strategy advisor for Evergreen Cooperative, discusses what the goals of the Cooperative are. 

Publication date: 2018-11-26
Parent publication: HuffPost
Publication URL: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/cleveland-ohio-poorest-cities-regeneration_n_5bf2e9d5e4b0f32bd58c1374

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