This is a guest post from my travel partner, Todd Dwyer, head blogger for Dell's ReGeneration.org. ----- After spending 35 years of her life punching the clock for someone else, South Bronx resident Gloria Walker is ready to start working for herself. Fortunately for her, there's an organization in her neighborhood devoted not only to giving people like her their shot at business ownership, but also at making South Bronx a model for grassroots green initiatives the world over. Launched about five years ago, Green Worker Cooperatives is the brainchild of Omar Freilla, an easygoing and enterprising gentleman …
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