S2E10 Dancing With Capitalism Pt 3 | Co-op Alternatives
What can co-ops teach us about how to live and work outside of the capitalistic structure? Two Western-Massachusetts based Co-op Worker/ Owners Ruthy Woodring and Trenda Loftin reflect on how cooperatives and community-based initiatives can massively reframe the structures of capitalism to support social justice, housing equality, economic opportunity, and human dignity.
The following resources were referenced in today’s episode:
- The Compost Cooperative
- The Pedal People
- United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives
- Building Blocks of Emotional Intelligence: 12 Leadership Competency Primers
- Personal Sustainability Index (online assessment)
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- Special thanks to Riley who you heard at the top of the show in our “Small People, big voices,” segment.
- This episode was written and produced by Elizabeth Solomon and Gabriela Acosta.
- Audio Production by Michele Zipkin.
- Episode art and production support by Bryant Johnson.
- Music includes Love Deep Sea by Frederic Lardon and theme music by Amber Ojeda.