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Meaning 2019 | Sarah McKinley Speaks on Community Wealth Building

Centering community and place Fighting for a new systemic vision

At Meaning 2019, Sarah McKinley of The Democracy Collaborative discussed the Cleveland Model, explaining the philosophy behind the model, the details as to how it works, and the results based off of this model. Sarah highlighted The Democracy Collaborative’s work with cooperatives and relationship building in the development of this model, which questions conventional thinking on where the boundaries between government and business or worker and state lie.

Publication date: 2019-11-01

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