ReRoute: Building Power for a New Economy

Starting Date: 07-19-2013
Address

New York University, Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square S
New York, New York 10012
United States
Description
On July 19-21, the New Economics Institute is hosting a convergence in New York City called reRoute: Building Youth and Student Power for a New Economy. The idea is to bring together a diverse new generation of practitioners and organizers from across the US and Canada to share strategies, tools, and stories about our work creating a solidarity economy from the ground up in our communities and on our campuses. We’re getting organized, innovating, and finding new ways to understand our situation, meet our collective needs, express our creativity, and uphold our values.

Program: Pathways to a New Economy
with David Wood, Institute for Responsible Investment; Maliha Safri, US Solidarity Economy Network; Alexa Bradley, On the Commons; Ed Whitfield, Fund for Democratic Communities, moderated by Atlee McFellin, Symcenter

Making a Living in the New Economy
with Elandria Williams, Highlander Center; Farah Tanis, Black Women's Blueprint; Jessie Reilly, TimebanksNYC; Juliet Schor, Boston College, moderated by Joshua Stephens, NYC-based co-op developer

Financing a New Economy
with Deyanira del Rio, New Economy Project (formerly NEDAP); Steve Wong, the Working World; Rose Espinola, Responsible Endowments Coalition, moderated by Kenneth Edusei, SolidarityNYC

Teaching and Learning a New Economics
with Renaud Gignac, University of Quebec; Brian Kelly, US Society for Ecological Economics; Olivia Geiger, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, moderated by Keith Harrington, New School

Stories from the New Economics Institute Campus Network
with Marcie Hawkins-Smith, North Carolina Student New Economy Coalition; Joel Williams, the Oak Tree Spokane; David Porinchok, Northern Arizona University Action Research Program

Confirmed Workshops
Possibilities For Participatory Budgeting – The Participatory Budgeting Project and PB Greensboro

Stop, Drop, and Roll: From Fossil Fuel Divestment to Reinvestment – Responsible Endowments Coalition

Food Justice and The New Economy – CoFED and Mariposa Food Co-op

Building Political Power for a New Economy– SolidarityNYC/Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance

Can The Economics Curriculum Be Reformed? Lessons From Activists In France and Quebec – PEPS / Horizons Economiques

The Real Food Challenge: Uniting Students For A Just and Sustainable Food System – Real Food Challenge

Mapping The New Economy – Shareable/Data Commons Project/Solidarity NYC

How To Start A Worker Co-op – Boston Center for Community Ownership

Non-hierarchical Staffing Structures – North American Students Of Cooperation

Bringing Solidarity Home: creating alternative housing economies through cooperative living – NASCO

Timebanks From New York to California – Timebanks NYC/Bay Area Community Exchange

Democratic and Cooperative Leadership – AORTA

Raising Student Voices: Promoting University Community Investment through Student Action and Community Partnerships – Responsible Endowments Coalition and the Democracy Collaborative
Geographical Scope: National
Convergence
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