Economic democracy is a framework that centers collective ownership and democratic governance of the assets and institutions that make up a given economy by those most impacted by it. BCDI and MIT CoLab advance a collective understanding of economic democracy based on histories and experiences from the Bronx and around the world, grounded in histories of struggle against colonial, racial, and ethnic violence and oppression: Mondragón in Spain, caracoles and ejidos in Mexico, Seikatsu in Japan, Ujamaa in Tanzania, and many more.