Reversing Income Inequality

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Wondering How You
Can Help Reverse
Runaway Inequality ?
You are invited to interactive training
Saturday January 26th 2019

For: community influencers, clergy, activists or your designee
Time: 9:30 to 3:30 (lunch provided) sponsored by Indivisible Safety Harbor
Space is limited Please confirm no later than Jan 17, 2019
Based on “Reversing Runaway Inequality “An Activists Guide to Economic Justice by Les Leopold. Participants get a crash course in the rapidly growing gap between the super-rich and ordinary workers. They learn how the ever-growing power of hedge funds and private equity managers has put our government in thrall to the billionaire class and contributed to environmental devastation, racial discrimination, an outsized prison population, and plummeting wages. .“The training is about showing the interconnectedness between all the issues that face people, and showing how they’re tied together through this runaway inequality, financial strip-mining model.”
By building a common understanding of the problems we face—that, as one chapter of the book puts it, “everything is connected to everything else” and an injury to one is an injury to all—the program aims to build a cross-movement alliance that can take on the economic and political elite
Where MATTIE WILLIAM NEIGHBORHOOD FAMILY CENTER 1003 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St Safety Harbor, Florida 34695
RSVP Kevin 7272072201 [email protected]

Event Location:

1858 Lake Cypress Dr
safety Harbor, FL 34695

  •  January 26, 2019
     9:30 am - 3:30 pm

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