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Public Banking: Theory, working models and case studies

As public banking gains momentum throughout the world, calls for its adoption as an alternative and means to resolve the evolving banking crisis are only getting louder. Public banks, where depositors are also the owners, offer a portfolio of benefits to society.

Drawing on Henry George’s Law of Human Progress and using past and present examples, Michael Bucher examines the transformative impact that mutualization and the public banking approach could have in a modern economy.

Date: Tuesday April 25

Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Location: Henry George School of Social Science

5 W 19th Street Suite 2C

NY NY 10011

People before Profits – when Advertising comes of Age

Advertisers attempt to persuade us to take an interest in a product or service, hoping our interest will ultimately lead us to buy the good or service they are promoting. Occasionally, advertisers turn their attention to topics more important than sales or profits: ideas.

In this seminar we explore advertising campaigns from around the world that ask us to take in an interest in ideas: justice, fairness, the environment, our relationships with our family, friends, and our community, and our economy. In the words of Henry George: “He who thinks is a light and a power”.

Date: Wednesday April 26

Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location: John Haynes Holmes Community House

28 East 35th Street (Madison & Park)

NY NY 10016

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