On Saturday, November 4th, Winona LaDuke will deliver the keynote address at the 37th Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures, which will take place at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Her talk will be followed by a panel discussion led by Nwamaka Agbo, a member of Schumacher Center’s board of directors and the Innovation Fellow at the Movement Strategy Center in Oakland, California.
At Summer Institute 2017, we’ll explore the economic structures which have shaped this moment, and how we can build alternative forms of global economic integration and solidarity.
People across Baltimore are uniting around a core belief and expectation that our City will invest in community driven development that meets our basic needs.
Join National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI) and The Henry Cohen Lecture Series at The New School. for a conversation exploring the pros and cons of a universal basic income, baby bonds, reverse income taxes, and other bold ideas to rewire our inequitable economy.
Join an amazing group of women entrepreneurs to learn the tools and strategies for raising capital on your own terms.
This popular education workshop and panel discussion will bring together folks at the forefront of the local, regional, and national movement to RESIST an economy run by banks and tanks and to BUILD an alternative, grassroots system that puts people over profit.
Inevitable shifts in capital are well on their way. How might we intentionally respond to these shifts and finally build a regenerative economic system that works for all?
Join renowned economist Michael Hudson as he discusses his new book, J is for Junk Economics: A Guide to Reality in an Age of Deception.
Register for the #Vision4BlackLives webinar series, starting Wednesday, February 8th at 7 EST.
What does it mean to “become the change”? How do we act as agents of our own evolution?
We invite you to join the cohort now forming for the popular Power of Partnership course, starting February 2, 2017.