Red Emma's in the news

Are Co-Op Bookstores the Future of Bookselling?, Book Riot, 2023

Reading the Room: The Waverly Book Festival, Bmore Art, 2023

Can you open this mysterious safe? Red Emma’s bookstore seeks safecrackers, Baltimore Banner, 2023

The Sprudge Guide to Coffee in Baltimore for 2023, Sprudge, 2023

LGBTQ+ Baltimoreans find ‘a sense of community’ and connection in gatherings that go beyond bars, Baltimore Sun, 2023

A New Favorite Coffeehouse at Red Emma's, Johns Hopkins University Newsletter, 2023

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

Radical Books: Red Emma's, Bmore Art, 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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