Podcast - Fighting Poverty, Strengthening New York
In each episode we will dive into an issue affecting low-income New Yorkers in areas such as affordable housing, healthcare, and economic security, and we'll hear the story of how CSS staff and programs are striving to address these problems
Could the worker cooperative business model help low-income New Yorkers find well-paying, stable employment?
In this episode, we explore the idea of worker cooperatives as a way to create economic opportunity for low-income New Yorkers. We speak with Professor Richard Wolff; Cooperative Home Care Associates Board Chair Rick Surpin; Home Health Care Aide, Worker-Owner, and CHCA Board Member Juana Fuentes, and CSS Associate Counsel Kimberly Westcott.