Using Cooperatives to Empower Formerly Incarcerated People—An L.A. Story
Leadership, Management & Business
Throughout the world, cooperatives are engaging people in prison and individuals who have been released from the carceral system to create dignified work that benefits the individual and the broader community.
Can cooperatives, based on the values of democracy, equity, and “one person, one vote,” offer sustainable solutions for people navigating reentry in the United States? Collective REMAKE, a hybrid cooperative nonprofit in Los Angeles County, is working to do just that, along with a broad stakeholder network.
Sutton, M. (2021). Using Cooperatives to Empower Formerly Incarcerated People—An L.A. Story. Nonprofit Quarterly. https://aura.antioch.edu/stuworks/34