Video of the Day: A Short Introduction to the Cleveland Model

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“Find out how anchor institutions like hospitals and universities can help worker cooperatives create green jobs in the neighborhoods that need them most.”

Here’s a short but very well explained introduction to the Cleveland Model of urban cooperativism, where a city’s public institutions and land-based assets turn towards local worker-owned co-ops for all manner of goods and services, keeping the wealth circulating in the community rather than going to outside investors. Visit this link to find out more about Cleveland Model.

The Cleveland Model: How the Evergreen Cooperatives are Building Community Wealth from Democracy Collaborative on Vimeo.

1 Comment Video of the Day: A Short Introduction to the Cleveland Model

  1. oooorgle

    Fascism (Government/non-profits) is not an anchor…. To say someone owns something but is also the employee of the same thing is ridiculous and lie. Where is the mention of just letting people interact voluntarily, instead of accepting governments regulating every interaction?

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