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Guaranteeing the Common Good: Next Generation Strategies for Building Racial, Gender and Economic Justice

April 17 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

After four decades of failed supply side economic policies that have exacerbated poverty, expanded racial and gender wealth divides, and diminished the Common Good, it is time for a new economic vision for California and the nation.

Join us on Wednesday, April 17 for a timely and inspiring idea exchange featuring two of the nation’s foremost advocates for needed, just economy reforms:

  • Natalie Foster, President and Co-Founder of the Economic Security Project
  • Solana Rice, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of Liberation in a Generation

Inclusive economy experts Natalie Foster and Solana Rice will join Dr. Gabriela Sandoval, executive director of the Excessive Wealth Disorder Institute, and Henry A. J. Ramos, senior fellow at the Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy at The New School, for a conversation building on Natalie’s forthcoming book, The Guarantee: Inside the Fight for America’s Next Economy, and Liberation in a Generation’s compelling Oppression and Liberation Economy Platform.

This gathering will build on evolving efforts by progressive change agents in California and elsewhere to advance a Common Agenda focused on:

  • promoting inclusive economy models;
  • bolstering community organizing and advocacy efforts designed to address structural reform;
  • supporting policy action and alignment across progressive communities at the state and regional levels and;
  • meeting the growing imperative to lift up the vision and voices of young people and communities of color.
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Organized by the California Explorations Project (an initiative of The New School’s Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy) and the Excessive Wealth Disorder Institute, this roundtable is part of an exciting new initiative to build capacity for multi-issue coalition work, expanded civic mobilization, and long term social justice wins for all historically marginalized communities.

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