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[http://www.usworker.coop/ United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives] is a "national grassroots membership organization for worker cooperatives" founded in may of 2004 at the US Conference of Democratic Workplaces.  
 
[http://www.usworker.coop/ United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives] is a "national grassroots membership organization for worker cooperatives" founded in may of 2004 at the US Conference of Democratic Workplaces.  
  
 
=== Mission ===
 
=== Mission ===
 
“The mission of the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is to create stable and empowering jobs and worker-ownership through the development of a thriving cooperative movement. We advance worker-owned, -managed, and -governed workplaces through cooperative education, advocacy and development.”
 
“The mission of the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is to create stable and empowering jobs and worker-ownership through the development of a thriving cooperative movement. We advance worker-owned, -managed, and -governed workplaces through cooperative education, advocacy and development.”
 
== Member List ==
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
http://www.geo.coop/archives/Hoover_USFWC.html
 
http://www.geo.coop/archives/Hoover_USFWC.html
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Latest revision as of 11:34, 24 February 2016

United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is a "national grassroots membership organization for worker cooperatives" founded in may of 2004 at the US Conference of Democratic Workplaces.

Mission

“The mission of the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is to create stable and empowering jobs and worker-ownership through the development of a thriving cooperative movement. We advance worker-owned, -managed, and -governed workplaces through cooperative education, advocacy and development.”

References

http://www.geo.coop/archives/Hoover_USFWC.html