Bold ideas rooted in the lives, experiences of real people

by Center for Community Change | March 21, 2019 7:54 pm

You may have heard about the provocatively-titled event called Bold v. Old that took place in Washington, D.C. last week, which brought grassroots leaders, organizers and emerging thought leaders together with leading politicians and policy experts. Now you can check out some of the discussions from the event and hear for yourself how power and agency are at the root of economic justice for our communities. (And if you just want the quick overview of the event, watch our highlight video)

Worker Power: Dorian Warren & Mary Kay Henry of SEIU, Palak Shah of DWA, and Andrea Dehlendorf from WorkIt

Messaging Bold Economics in Red Districts: Stacey Abrams & Rashad Robinson

Senator Kamala Harris & Felicia Wong

Senator Cory Booker & Darrick Hamilton

Bestselling author, Stephanie Land

Thinking Big in California: Natalie Foster with Rep. Ro Khanna & Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs

Chris Hughes on Taxes for the Public Good

Ai-jen Poo on Universal Family Care

Reclaiming Populism by Uplifting the Dignity in All Work with Sen. Sherrod Brown

The three organizations who collaborated on Bold v. Old were Community Change, the Economic Security Project and the Roosevelt Institute. The event was supported by the Hewlett Foundation.

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