The New Co-op Helping Ex-Inmates Find Work—and Recover
I found this great (good news!) article on Yes! and just had to share.
According to J. Gabriel Ware, a solutions reporter at YES! Magazine,
Tightshift Laboring Cooperative is the first Washington, D.C., co-op formed and operated by ex-prisoners. The co-op offers an array of manual labor services, including residential and commercial cleaning, hauling and moving, and landscaping. It also uses eco-friendly products to provide customers with affordable, high-quality cleaning services.
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