A movement is building in cities and towns in the U.S. and around the world to counter a growth-driven model of development that exploits people and God’s Earth for the profits of a few. This economy of inclusion is driven by workers, residents of marginalized communities, and people of faith seeking to apply their values to the marketplace. Hear about worker cooperatives, financial institutions serving low-income neighborhoods and locally-driven renewable energy projects, and leave with ideas about how you can get involved through policy or practice in your own community.
- Nicole Barden, National Community Reinvestment Coalition
- John Duda, Democracy Collaborative and Baltimore Activating Solidarity Economies
- Phil Dahl-Bredine, Center for Integral Campesion Development of the Mixteca and the Collective for the Defense of Indigenous Territories
Moderator: Chole Schwabe, Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns