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Shift Change: Putting Democracy to Work

Fighting for a new systemic vision Expanding democratic ownership

This new documentary highlights the work of the Mondragon Cooperatives as well as companies across the United States, such as the Evergreen Cooperatives, which are owned and governed democratically by their employees. The film, which aired on PBS stations across the country in the summer of 2014, includes interviews with the Democracy Collaborative’s Ted Howard. Find out about the Washington, D.C. premiere here.

More information about the film at shiftchange.org

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