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Gar Alperovitz: Opening plenary address at SOCAP Conference 2015

Fighting for a new systemic vision

Gar Alperovitz delivered the opening speech at the Social Capital Markets Conference of 2015, a convention of over 2,000 changemakers in the field engaging the topics of entrepreneurship and impact investing. He addressed these attendees at the opening plenary of the conference, followed by a panel of distinguished speakers including Angela Glover Blackwell (director of PolicyLink), Brendan Martin (founder and director of The Working World), Aaron Tanaka (community organizer and economic development professional at Boston Impact Initiative), and Michelle Long of Business Alliance for Local Living Economies).

Publication date: 2015-10-06

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