Morning Magazine Podcast – Friday, September 17, 2021

Today, we’ll learn about Longmont’s first-of-its-kind sister city agreement with a sovereign tribal nation. After that, Rossana Longo reports that a new bill could help cooperatively-owned small businesses get loans. Finally, Alexis Kenyon reports on scooters and other e-vehicles in […]

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Dot Org: Co-Housing

The Co-housing Association of the United States supports forming and existing co-housing nationwide.  Executive Director Karin Hoskin talks with host Rae Solomon.   Download  

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Dot Org: Threads Worldwide

Threads Worldwide partners with artisans around the world to create a market for their handmade goods. By partnering with artisan cooperatives and businesses, we create dignified jobs for women who need them. Founder Angela Melfi talks with KGNU summer intern […]

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Dot Org: Africa Development Promise

In rural Uganda and Rwanda Africa Development Promise organizes cooperatives to advance entrepreneurship for rural women.  Cooperatives advance the principles of democracy, inclusion and solidarity – empowering members by promoting self-help and self-responsibility.  Board Secretary Monica LaBiche Brown  talks with […]

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Dot Org: Rocky Mountain Farmers Union

Rocky Mountain Farmers Union is an advocate for family farmers and ranchers, local communities, and consumers.  They partner with the USDA and other agencies to help producers start cooperatives and other business ventures.  Ben Rainbolt of the RMFU talks with […]

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Dot Org: Africa Development Promise

Africa Development Promise serves as a catalyst to accelerate the development of sustainable, professionally managed and profitable cooperatives.  Monica LaBiche Brown, founder and Board Secretary,  talks with host Nikki Kaiser about the work her organization is doing in rural Africa. […]

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