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Democratic Ownership

Marjorie Kelly and Ted Howard speaking at Busboys and Poets.

On “The Making of a Democratic Economy” with Marjorie Kelly and Ted Howard

Majorie Kelly and Ted Howard have spent the past several months talking about their book, “The Making of a Democratic Economy.” They now share what they’ve learned and how it connects to the issues facing the country at the start of a new decade. read more
Protesters from the No PG&E Bailout Coalition

Power to the People: Winning Public Control of Electric Utilities

Alternatives to our broken corporate energy system are gaining traction—here’s a breakdown of where people are fighting back, and where they are winning public ownership of power. read more
Solidarity economy

Major advances in 2019 toward a more democratic economy

This past year, state and municipal lawmakers teamed up with community organizations to fight for—and win—a wide variety of policies and initiatives that will help foster a more democratic economy. read more

System Change magazine highlights a year of bold ideas

The Democracy Collaborative and the Next System Project has published System Change, a magazine that captures the bold ideas and groundbreaking work of our leaders and scholars in 2019. read more
Bologna, Emilia Romagna. Photo by Tomas Kohl.

La Región de Italia Donde Las Cooperativas Producen una Tercera parte de su Producto Interno Bruto (PIB)

Seis cosas que podemos aprender de la región del norte de Italia, Emilia Romagna, donde las cooperativas impulsan la economía. read more
Democratic employee ownership funds

Plans advance for democratizing worker ownership

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has put forward a set of proposals that would”fundamentally shift the wealth of the economy into the hands of those who create it.” read more
Democratizing power in rural America through electric co-ops

Democratizing power in rural America through electric co-ops

In this episode, we’re discussing how to further democratize rural electric cooperatives and what that means for the communities that these institutions serve. read more
Red-state socialism

Red-state socialism

Many “red states” already have some socialist policies and institutions—actual common ownership and public provision of goods and services often reserved for private markets. Not only are many of these institutions long-lasting; they’re also both popular and successful. read more
A pie slice

Infographic: Inclusive Ownership Funds

How to make sure workers get a slice of the economy’s success, too. read more