May 4 – Seattle Dialogue with Chuck Collins & David Korten: “The Power of Common Security Circles”

Posted April 5, 2011 in Event Archive

Solidarity in Hard Times

Join a Dialogue of Community, Labor and Religious Leaders

Deepening our Movements for Economic Security:
The Power of Common Security Circles

When:  Wednesday May 4h
6 pm:   Reception-Hors D’oeuvres
7 pm:  Program

Where:  Seattle Labor Temple – Hall 1
2800 First Ave (Free parking)

RSVP: to Glenn Scott Davis at developingyourworkforce@gmail.com
OR on Facebook

Join with:

Chuck Collins, Featured Speaker. Author, Co-founder of United for a Fair Economy & Director of Program on Inequality and the Common Good (Institute for Policy Studies)

David Korten, Special Guest. Author of Agenda for a New Economy & When Corporations Rule the World, Co-founder of YES! magazine

We shouldn’t have to face harsh economic realities all alone.   Increasingly people are coming together in small groups known by various names: common security clubs, mutual aid groups, resilience circles, and unemployed support groups.   Such groups are forming in Seattle to:

  • Learn about the real causes of our economic problems and budget deficits
  • Provide mutual support by helping ourselves and our neighbors to survive hard times
  • Work for social and tax policies to benefit the majority of Washingtonians and Americans

THE BENEFITS OF ORGANIZING COMMON SECURITY CLUBS IN SEATTLE:

  • Effective organizing tools for community, labor & religious leaders
  • Strengthening personal and community resilience
  • Deepening the engagement of constituencies within our respective movements

Sponsored by:  Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies,
Economic Opportunity Institute, Rauschenbusch Center for Spirit and Action,
Real Change, Sustainable SeattleYES! Magazine.
Labor donated.

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