Red Emma's in the news

Serving More Than Food: Restaurant Co-Ops Put Economic Justice on the Table, Truthout, 2022

How co-ops across the US weathered COVID-19 by prioritizing their workers, The Real News Network, 2021

Amid food-industry upheaval, Baltimore businesses are handing workers the keys, Washington Post, 2021

Red Emma’s move is seen as a boost for Greenmount Avenue and Waverly, Baltimore Brew, 2021

Co-op restaurants: pipe-dream or practical solution?, The Counter, 2021

Worker-Owned Businesses Are Having a Moment, Bloomberg Businessweek, 2021

Baltimore’s Red Emma’s is moving again, this time to a ‘forever home’ of its own in Waverly, Baltimore Sun, 2021

More Baltimore businesses are becoming worker-owned, but they still face economic and pandemic hurdles, Baltimore Sun, 2021

Worker-Owned Cooperatives are Building Their Own Investment Network, Next City, 2021

Don’t Start Just Any Kind of Business; Start a Worker Co-Op, Vice, 2021

Fighting Apartheid By Taking Ownership of Land and Time, The Real News Network, 2019

36 Hours in Baltimore, The New York Times, 2017

Can Worker-Owned Cooperatives Compete?, WYPR, 2016

Closing the Funding Gap for Worker Cooperatives: New ecosystem puts capital under local worker control, Next City, 2016

Well-crafted vegetarian fare at Red Emma's, Baltimore Sun, 2014

Radical Baltimore bookstore Red Emma’s plans expansion, WTOP, 2013

Working Class: Red Emma's works to realize its latest project--a free school, City Paper, 2009

Spying may have started earlier than police said, Baltimore Sun, 2008

Anarchists rally for Red Emma's, Baltimore Sun, 2004

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