Bank examiner fired from the Fed after turning in a negative assessment of Goldman Sachs files wrongful termination suit; Judge throws out case; Judge’s husband is a partner at law firm that has handled over $9 billion in deals on behalf of … Goldman Sachs. Meanwhile, Cecily McMillan’s in Riker’s.
GritTV interviews Jessica Gordon Nembhard, author of Collective Courage: A History of African-American Economic Thought and Practice.
“The hundreds gathered at Jackson Rising spent the weekend exploring and discussing how to fund, found and foster a different kind of business enterprise – democratically self-managed cooperatives. They reviewed future plans for and current practices of cooperative auto repair shops, laundries, recycling, construction, and trucking firms. They discussed cooperative restaurants, child and elder care coops, cooperative grocery stores, cooperative factories, farms and more, all collectively owned and democratically managed by the same workers who deliver the service and create the value.”