Pannel Discussion on New Economics

Location: Antioch College Art's and Science Building room 219

Join us for a discussion on economic systems that are local, sustainable and just. Examples of restorative economics include supporting community-owned businesses; democratic workplaces and worker-owned cooperatives; investing in local development (environmental clean-up, community gardens, infrastructure); time banking and alternative currencies; mutual aid, resource sharing groups, and resilience circles.


Panelists:
Lisa Daris, Slow Money Central Ohio
Brett Joseph, Cleveland Cooperatives
Kat Walter, Yellow Springs Time Exchange