Isabel Antreasian

Isabel Antreasian

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Karen Carr, well-known in Baltimore for her highly successful home-birthing practices, has recently gained new prominence in the media's eye. In June, the unlicensed midwife was put on trial for involuntary manslaughter and child abuse, after the death of a client's child, in September 2010.

THE TRIAL

Story by: Corey Reidy / Transcription by: Isabel Antreasian

The weekend of July 8th- July 10th, The Eastern Conference on Workplace Democracy (ECWD) came to Baltimore to discuss "the continous growth of the workplace democracy movement." ECWD holds a conference every two years that aims to engage with national and regional worker-owned endeavors. 

Story by: Corey Reidy/ Transcription by: Isabel Antreasian

Two weekends ago, July 8th- July 10th,  the worker-owned world of Baltimore geared up to host this year's Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy. In ECWD's own words:

Story by: Corey Reidy / Transcription by: Isabel Antreasian

The Eastern Conference on Workplace Democracy flooded Baltimore, the weekend of July 8th - 10th, 2011, with hordes of cooperative movement-makers.

The Co-op Movement - Accessible? : An Interview with Jessica Gordon Nembhard
Quilted and Just Walk - Conversations at the 2011 Eastern Conference on Workplace Democracy
Conversations at ECWD: Michael Johnson from Grassroots Economic Organizing
The Trial of Karen Carr: Just or a Witch Hunt?