Contact Us


Green Workers Cooperative is located in Hunts Point
1231 Lafayette Avenue, 2nd Floor
Bronx, New York 10474
Main Phone: (718) 617-7807

Who to contact for more information about programs and events?

Contact Ileia Burgos, Outreach Coordinator
phone: (718) 617-7807 ext. 704

Who to contact if you graduated from Co-op Academy and would like more support?

Contact Sanjana Khan, Co-op Developer
phone: (718) 617-7807 ext. 702



  • Taylor Rae Bundy
    commented 2018-04-10 08:40:50 -0400
    Dear Green Worker Cooperatives Organizers,

    This Saturday, 4/14 Stop the Wars, Invest in Peace – The Greenwich, CT Rally + Teach-In takes place on the Greenwich Common, 290 Greenwich Avenue, from 11 am – 3 pm.

    Rally speakers will address the intersectionality of war and wealth concentration, with a live stream event where wealth is most heavily concentrated. This the first such event to call on some of the wealthiest people in the world to use their influence to help stop the wars and achieve economic justice – We are here to build regenerative peace economy!

    Live music and Q+A community discussion are included!

    Thank you for sharing the event RSVP link on your Facebook page for your members!




    11 AM – 3 PM




    Kate Alexander – Peace Action NY

    Medea Benjamin – Co-Founder, CODEPINK/Divest From The War Machine

    Taylor Rae Bundy – Organizer, Local Liberation blog / #ShiftPrivilege

    Maurice Carney – Executive Director, Friends of the Congo

    Marie Cruz-Soto – Professor, NYU; New York Solidarity with Vieques, Puerto Rico

    Ellen Davidson – Veterans for Peace; The Indypendent

    Joe Lombardo – Co-Coordinator, United National Antiwar Coalition

    Henry Lowendorf, Greater New Haven Peace Council, U.S. Peace Council

    Ralph Nazareth – President of GraceWorks

    Eva Sahana – Refuse Fascism Steering Committee

    Alice Slater – Nuclear Age Peace Foundation; World Beyond War



    Friends of the Congo

    Greater New Haven Peace Council

    Hudson Valley Green Party

    New York Solidarity with Vieques

    Orange County (NY) Peace and Justice

    Refuse Fascism NYC

    United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

    WESPAC Foundation

    In solidarity,

    Taylor Rae, co-Organizer


    Tax top income earners at 90%.

    Impose across-the-board war tax on Pentagon contractors.

    Bar all Pentagon contractors from making campaign contributions and lobbying.

    End U.S. wars, close U.S. overseas bases and scrap nuclear weapons.

    Guaranteed minimum income.

    Reparations for African-Americans.

    Medicare for All.

    Paid Family Leave.

    Free college and cancellation of all existing student debt.

    National clean technology and infrastructure jobs program to construct ecologically viable housing, food energy, public works and mass transport systems.

    Public campaign financing.

    Community policing.

    Community-owned cooperatives that prioritize local circular economy with closed-loop reuse.

    Land and housing reform.

    End mass incarceration by releasing non-violent prisoners, acknowledging that racism in the criminal justice system has targeted Black families and communities.
    End for-profit prisons.
  • Tim Mays
    commented 2018-01-21 20:18:42 -0500
    I do not like deception. I believe strongly in global warming, but it’s counter-productive to deceive. Omar Freilla says 30%, even 60% of school children have asthma, so I Google it and the stats say less than 10%. Be credible. Sheesh.
  • alexander McDonell
    commented 2017-06-11 02:33:00 -0400
    Hi, we are looking to create something like GWC in perth, Australia, would you be interested in sharing what you have learnt about how to start cooperatives, so that we can do the same?
  • Asa Shaw
    commented 2017-03-16 00:56:48 -0400

    My name is Asa shaw and I am a community organizer in Fort lauderdale, Florida. I live in a historically black neighborhood called Sistrunk down here in south florida, and like many other black neighborhoods, ours is impoverished. We live in a food desert and this contributes to our high rates of diabetes and heart disease.

    We need help. But just having food wont solve our problems, we also need economic development. So we decided that creating a coop grocery store and/or a coop entertainment venue would be the best routes for us to go to start spurring that activity in our neighborhood. We just need the knowledge and the connections to be able to get our ideas off the ground.

    we have been searching and emailing people and organizations all across the US to try and get some help because Coops are not really a thing in Florida. We are the south for one, and our history of resistance is not as strong as other places like Mississippi, Georgia, or Alabama. Partially because Florida is constantly looked over when it comes to it’s racist history, and partially because we have a very different environment for people of color in Florida. But I said all that to say that the cooperative movement has not touched our state like that yet and we need help to get it rolling here.

    So, the ask is, could you all point me in the right direction about how to go about starting our coop ideas, and/or connect us with some folks that could possibly help us get our ideas off the ground.

    Any help would be beautiful!

    Thanks so much family,

    Asa Shaw

    954 279 3548
  • Mbetty Doll
    posted about this on Facebook 2017-03-02 08:07:47 -0500
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  • Valerie Lasciak
    commented 2017-02-13 15:56:58 -0500
    Do you know a worker coop looking for large loft space in Redhook?