Ellen Hodgson Brown, Chairman and President of the Public Banking Institute developed her research skills as an attorney practicing civil litigation in LA. Author of 11 books, Web of Debt traces the history and evolution of the current private banking system. She shows how it’s usurped the power to create money from the people, and […]
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Judy Wicks published Good Morning, Beautiful Business: the Unexpected Journey of an Activist Entrepreneur and Local Economy Pioneer (2013). Judy founded Philadelphia’s landmark White Dog Café known for environmental stewardship and leadership in the local food movement. She also founded non-profits Fair Food Philly and Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, a network of 30,000 […]
Frances Moore Lappe on June 2. CirclesWork is delighted to host this world-changing writer and speaker who has shifted our consciousness about food. JOIN THE DIALOG WITH US FOR FREE: How to eat well while creating a small carbon footprint (Diet for a Small Planet); how to end world hunger; how to reenergize democracy. She […]
Michael Nagler is one of the most respected scholars and advocates of Gandhi and nonviolence worldwide. Founder of the Peace and Conflict Studies Program at UC Berkeley, he’s consulted to other universities in establishing peace studies programs. Now professor emeritus at Berkeley, he is Founder/President of the Metta Center for Nonviolence (www.mettacenter.org). Metta’s mission is […]
April 7 James Gilligan on Causes of Violence and Its Prevention Dr. James Gilligan, psychiatrist & author of Violence: Reflections on a National Epidemic and Preventing Violence: Prospects for Tomorrow, researches biological, psychological & socio-economic phenomena underlying violence, and ways to prevent it. Read more and join us HERE.