Tag Archives: Cleveland

Something important is happening in Cleveland

Guest blogger! I recently received an e-mail from Ted Howard, Executive Director of the Democracy Collaborative. This bulletin from Community Wealth is a good overview of what’s going on in Cleveland, so I’ll just reproduce it whole cloth. During my … Continue reading

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Mondragon, Cleveland, Sacramento

I’m about to embark upon a month of travel in Spain and the Rust Belt. In Spain’s Basque Country, I’ll be spending ten days studying Mondragon, which is the world’s largest and most complex system of worker ownership. It has … Continue reading

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The Rust Belt shines

I just returned from the Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy, a gathering of about 150 brave souls doing good work. I’m very inspired, although somewhat scatterbrained from all the new leads and ideas. Without getting into much detail, I had … Continue reading

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