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1worker1vote is building a national network of hybrid, shared ownership, regional and municipal ecosystems starting with unionized worker-owned cooperative businesses to overcome structural inequalities of opportunity, mobility, and income. Building pathways out of poverty leading to pathways toward prosperity.

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The 1worker1vote Movement’s 2020 Annual Report Summary

Activities, Publications, Mission, Acknowledgements Activities To “show and tell” in humility with resolve to do better, once social lockdown became an official U.S. reality last March, 1 worker1vote, together with the American Sustainable Business Council, Catholic Charities USA, the Urban Manufacturing Alliance and other stakeholders launched a coalition advancing a shared services cooperative design to help frontline healthcare, homecare and emergency response…

Biden-Harris: Build Back Fairer

The enormity of what is happening in America begins to impact consciousness.  Who could not applaud ordinary-extraordinary, every day Americans delivering the mail, counting the votes, saving the infected, those showing up and just doing their jobs, waiting patiently in voter suppressed lines for unconscionable hours while braving a pandemic to exercise their fundamental democratic rights?   Without believing in “Deus Ex…

Press Release | Global Fair Trade Enterprises & Cooperatives Including Worker Cooperatives Joining Forces

Please tweet your support!: #FairTrade + #Coops = win/win! We are joining forces to help more fair trade companies become coops, and to help more coops become fair trade supporters! https://ctt.ac/kL7j1+ Mission: The global COVID-19 pandemic is proving three compelling truths.  First, that there can be no healthy economies without healthy peoples.  Second, that flattening contagion curves compels we flatten inequality pandemic…

“Owning The Libs”: Process As Destiny

Ten days and counting from Presidential Election 2020 reveal many lessons to glean from Pennsylvania starting with its longest serving U.S. Senator and former Senate Judiciary Committee chair. Arlen Specter, who began politics as a Democrat in 1951, switched to the Republican Party during the height of the Vietnam War in 1965 and back to the Democrats at the beginning of…

Wag the Dog & Punk the People

Labor Day 2020 To “Wag the Dog”, first you agitate and amplify the problem. Then you prototype and stage it in the nation’s capital in front of the People’s House. Once tested, you incite domestic white grievance terrorism in your opponent’s most vulnerable locations. In your case you infect majority minority neighborhoods belonging to cities, counties and states run by…

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