Joshua Dedmond is not only Co-executive Director of the Labor Network for Sustainability – he is also Program Director for Cooperation Jackson, a pioneering effort to use coops to foster economic equity, sustainability, and community empowerment. 

On his recent podcast “Beyond Capitalism: Embracing Cooperative Economics,” Joshua describes how cooperative economics, from worker-owned cooperatives to community land trusts, are helping build resilient, inclusive, and sustainable communities. 

Joshua’s interview starts at 18:45 on