Job Guarantee Teach-in Day at Denison University on Friday, Jan 25th

Friday, January 25, 2019
9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Denison University, Granville, OH
Burton Morgan Hall (room 115)

Event is Free & Open to the Public
Hosted by Fadhel Kaboub

Job Guarantee Now!
Teach-in for Economic Rights

9:30-10:20: “What’s a Job Guarantee?” by Fadhel Kaboub

10:30-11:20: “Can We afford a Green New Deal? [Hint: Yes We Can!]” by Fadhel Kaboub

11:30-12:20: “Ohio-based Green Jobs to Fight Climate Change,” panel discussion with Olivia Aguilar & Fadhel Kaboub

12:30-1:30: Lunch break (Slayter Hall)

1:30-2:45: “Social Justice, Inequality, and the Job Guarantee,” panel discussion with Johan Uribe, Lesha Farias, and Allen Schwartz

3-4:15: “Embracing a Job Guarantee for Shared Prosperity & Participatory Democracy,” panel discussion with Melinda Miller, Jeremy Blake, and Stephanie Agosta

4:15-4:30: Closing remarks

Speakers:

  • Stephanie Eaton Agosta: Community activist, and Habitat volunteer
  • Olivia Aguilar: Associate professor of environmental studies at Denison University
  • Jeremy Blake: Councilmember at City of Newark
  • Lesha Farias: Community organizer at the Newark Think Tank on Poverty
  • Fadhel Kaboub: Associate professor of economics at Denison University
  • Melinda Miller for Ohio: Former candidate for Ohio Senate District 31
  • Allen Schwartz: Community organizer at the Newark Think Tank on Poverty
  • Johan Andres Uribe Perez: Assistant professor of economics at Denison University

Light refreshments will be available throughout the day.

Event co-sponsored by the

  • Modern Money Network,
  • Denison University economics department, &
  • Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity – GISP

Information about the Job Guarantee:

LINK: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2FJobGuaranteeNow.org%2F%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR2jvnF6pv1v6tuxMTfNHx4VQcP2-AROf6KaySb5akWcf4ahbn5AloGZfkE&h=AT0A3BcLKSbeicPw8mGCBHPzT6QNw4Ozf1pQNMVNizT2VcvzzYrmVAzbGcGHCJwCvPlfL9SB5SmL6PwK_AcwaT0DNd-vEnBkBGfXtMZmSAbxUr5N0o8kbCOp3uwJjG0QeQMHSSAO9BlGu_KUGg

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