The Co-op Power Hour: Worker Owned Businesses

Today, host Nathan Schneider finds out about worker owned co-operative businesses – where the people in charge are the people who work there.  Cities like Oakland California and Madison Wisconsin and exploring ways to support worker ownership.  Today’s guests are […]

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The Co-op Power Hour: Employee Owned Businesses

Congressman Jared Polis is the guest on today’s Co-op Power Hour to talk about the trend toward employee owned businesses. Rep. Polis sponsored the Worker Ownership Readiness and Knowledge Act (WORK Act) in the House. Senator Bernie Sanders sponsored the […]

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The Co-op Power Hour: Housing Co-operatives

Today on the Co-op Power Hour, co-hosts Nathan Schneider and Amy Lynn Herman look at co-operative housing in Boulder. Today’s guests are Zane Selvans and Christina Gosnell with the Boulder Housing Coalition that advocates for Co-operative housing in Boulder.   […]

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The Co-op Power Hour: Immigrant Run Co-operatives

Today on the Co-op Power Hour, co-hosts Jason Wiener and Paul Bindel look at how co-operatives are benefiting immigrant communities which are often vulnerable to exploitation in the workplace. We’ll hear about some immigrant run co operatives in the Boulder/Denver […]

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Regenerative Future Summit

From May 15-17, 2017, participants from across different sectors…businesses executives, entrepreneurs and economists and community leaders, gathered at CU Boulder to discuss how can we have an economic system that serves the needs of people and the environment. We hear […]

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The Co-op Power Hour: Business Conversions

Today on the Co-op Power Hour, hosts Nathan Schneider and Paul Bindel look at different ways of transferring business ownership to workers. Today’s guests are Halisi Vinson, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Employee Ownership Center, and Jason Wiener, Jason […]

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To Form a More Perfect Union

Chuck Edelstein, Phillip A. Hubbart and Dennis Dalton have co-edited To form a more perfect union: An anthology of American Values and the Debate on Income and Wealth Disparity. Edelstein tells KGNU’s Jim Banks that he and his co-authors have […]

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STEM Education in Longmont Schools

“I think we’ve learned a lot about what engineering is.” The Innovation Center is hosting several summer camps for kids ages 8-14 in Longmont in 2016. Jeff Lund says that the classes will be taught by teachers and student instructors […]

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