Alderperson Rebecca Kemble recently hosted WORT’s A Public Affair show with a panel of guests discussing the power of worker cooperatives. Rebecca has been a cab driver at Union Cab Cooperative for nineteen years and is a fierce promoter of worker co-ops here in Madison, across the country, and abroad, including in her former role… Read More »The Power of Worker Cooperatives in Building a Democratic Economy
“Making Sure We Make a Difference” Tuesday, March 26, Social Justice Center, 1202 Williamson St. “Three Paths for the Academy in the Freedom Struggle” Wednesday, March 27, 12 noon, 6191 Helen C. White ED WHITFIELD is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas and was a long time social justice activist from the Black Student Movement and… Read More »Dreaming and Building Freedom — two talks by visiting scholar Ed Whitfield
Members from Common Good Bookkeeping with technical assistance team.The Madison Cooperative Development Coalition (MCDC) recently celebrated the incorporation of its first co-op, Common Good Bookkeeping! The new worker co-op was recognized at a February event at the Madison Labor Temple. MCDC is a collaborative of co-op developers, unions, and community organizations – including UWCC –… Read More »MCDC celebrates its first worker co-op!
MCDC offers scholarships for cooperative development education and training. These scholarships can be used toward education offered by our partner organizations such as the UW Center for Cooperatives and MadWorC, as well as education by outside groups, such as Cooperation Works and the U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives. For more information or to apply for… Read More »Scholarships