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“Continuing on the legacy”: The Maryland Food Co-op lives on as a pop-up thrift store

Two of the Co-op’s former worker-owners, along with some of their friends, have launched a cooperatively-owned, pop-up thrift store.

The thrift store, called Alternative Exchange, aims to promote worker empowerment and encourages buying clothes secondhand in the face of the fast fashion industry, which is characterized by trend-focused, short-lived clothing. (The Diamondback)

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