Jonathan Wolfe is a freelance reporter based in New York City. Previously, he was an intern and later a member of the production team at Latino USA.
Over the last few years, the Cuban government has been experimenting with turning state enterprises into cooperatives and letting the workers own and run them. They're seen by some as a way of opening the country up to capitalism and privatization while maintaining some of the revolution’s collectivist ideals. And so far, Cubans seem to like them.