Gar Alperovitz and Juliet Schor are among a growing list of authors writing about a new economy, and through their writing, building the imagination to get us there. In addition to speakers Gar Alperovitz and Juliet Schor the Thirty-First Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures included “Voices of Today’s Youth: Occupy Wall Street and Youth for a New Economy,” a panel comprised of Occupy Wall Street participants and other student activists.
|9:30||Registration, Community Church 40 East 35th Street, New York City|
|10:00||Welcome by Neva Goodwin|
|10:15||Talk by Juliet Schor|
|11:15||Audience response and questions|
|11:45||Lunch – Pre-order brown bag lunch or bring your own|
|1:00||Panel with representatives of Youth for a New Economy and Occupy Wall Street moderated by Dan Levinson|
|2:00||Audience response and questions|
|2:45||Talk by Gar Alperovitz|
|3:45||Audience response and questions|
|4:30||Closing remarks by speakers|
“Voices of Today’s Youth: Occupy Wall Street and the Call for a New Economy”
In this forum we heard directly from participants of the New York City Wall Street protest, as well as other student activists who, in growing numbers, are rejecting our “broken economy system” and seeking to shape equitable, sustainable alternatives.
Youth and OWS Panel: Charlie Young, Rina Kuupisalo, Kyle Graecey, Karanja Gacuca and Annie McShiras.