- The current work of on-the-ground activists and policy advocates - at local and state levels - in making the financing of cities, public higher education and homeownership more democratic
- Alternatives to Wall Street domination in the pipeline across the country, including state partnership banks, Pay It Forward Higher Education, and local principal reduction
- Saqib Bhatti, Fellow, Nathan Cummings Foundation
- Lisa Donner (Moderator), Executive Director, Americans for Financial Reform
- Mike Konczal, Fellow, Roosevelt Institute
- Maurice Weeks, Campaign Coordinator, Alliance of California for Community Empowerment
All interested funders.
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3:00-5:00 PM Program
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- Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project
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