The worker cooperative movement seems to be gaining more prominence in the U.S., especially locally. “Altogether worker cooperatives represent a small part of the national economy. However, there may be a greater impact at the local level in areas where they are more concentrated,” a report by the Democracy at Work Institute, a worker cooperative advocacy group, noted.

Source: Racial justice and cooperatives: Q&A with United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives director Esteban Kelly – Shareable