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Standing Room Only – Political Economist Gar Alperovitz

Our co-founder Gar Alperovitz speaks on WFHB of Firehouse Broadcasting, a radio station whose mission is “to provide an open forum for the exchange and discussion of ideas and issues, and to celebrate and increase the local cultural diversity.”

On December 4, 2015, political economist, activist and author Gar Alperovitz discussed redesigning our economic future as part of Indiana University’s Fall 2015 Themester programming. Alperovitz challenged his listeners to consider ways in which communities might help to transform the current system of wealth and political power to benefit more of society than just an elite few. The event begins with an introduction by Ryan Conway of IU’s Center for Sustainable Living… Play full broadcast.

Publication date: 2015-12-15
Parent publication: Firehouse Broadcasting
Publisher: WFHB
Publication URL: http://wfhb.org/news/sro/standing-room-only-political-economist-gar-alperovitz/

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