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Democratic Capitalism through Shared Employee Ownership
In a segment presented by the Ford Foundation, Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation, speaks with Pete Stavros, founder of Ownership Works on their innovative model to help public and private companies deliver shared ownership opportunities to their workers, with a goal of building over $20 billion in wealth for working people and their families.