We live in a time where we can have anything and everything. Our pumpkin-spice-latte- smart-phone-filled desires are at our fingertips. But with consumerism comes consequences; as we make our purchases based on convenience, we turn a blind eye to the the exploitation occurring behind the closed doors of capitalism. Not all businesses foster exploitation, though. Nestled on the corner of College Avenue and Oak Grove Avenue in Berkeley, California,  stands the always-bustling Zachary’s Chicago Pizza. Lively conversations and the comforting smell of baked dough and melted cheese fill the air. Zachary’s Pizza is 100 percent employee owned.

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