Archived March 22, 2020 – Worker Co-ops in Michael Moore film: “Capitalism: A Love Story”

TOKYO - NOVEMBER 30:  Director Michael Moore attends the 'Capitalism: A Love Story' press conference at Tosho Hall on November 30, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open at a limited number of theaters in Tokyo and Osaka on December 5, and throughout the rest of Japan on January 9, 2010.  (Photo by Kiyoshi Ota/Getty Images)

The film by Michael Moore, Capitalism: A Love Story, features United States FWC members Isthmus Engineering and Alvarado Street Bakery as examples of economic solutions.  Look for the section on worker co-operatives when you see the movie.   The DVD (released in late 2009) and Netflix extras include discussion of co-ops by Canadian Tom Webb (founder of the St. Mary’s Co-operative Management Education program based in Halifax, NS), and the Union Cab Worker Co-op.

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PHOTO:  Director Michael Moore attends the ‘Capitalism: A Love Story’ press conference at Tosho Hall  in Tokyo, Japan.   (Photo by Kiyoshi Ota/Getty Images.)