Ecological healing, Ecological Economics, Economic Justice: Creating Prosperity for the 99% in Rhode Island
Saturday October 12, 2013 beginning at 10 AM, running until 5 PM
Location Pawtucket Armory 172 Exchange St Pawtucket Rhode Island the home of the Industrial Revolution
Keynoter Margaret Flowers Its our Economy
Cost $35.00 going up to $40 on September 15 Sponsors welcome.
The conference will be immediately followed at 5:30 by dinner and a dance party from 5:30 to 9:30 PM in the same location
Cost $35.00 going up to $40.00 on September 15 Sponsors welcome.
If you would like to come to both parts of the day the cost is $50.00 going up to $60 on September 15 Sponsorships start at $100
Note that your presence is important and if the cost of the events is too much for your budget, let me know and we can work something out.
The host organization is The Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island
Sponsorships start at $100 with a listing in the program stating “I am standing with Greg for Environmental and Economic Justice on his birthday”
Other levels of sponsorship will be acknowledged appropriately. I am hoping many of you receiving this will wish to help sponsor the conference.
Email Greg Gerritt email@example.com
with contact information, which parts of the day you wish to attend and if you wish to be a sponsor.
Checks made out to the Environmental Justice League of RI (EJLRI is fine) can be mailed to Greg Gerritt 37 6th St Providence RI 02906
If you can not attend, you are encouraged to donate to the EJLRI in my honor.
Note, Most of the proceeds will be used to help keep the work of the Environmental Justice League of Rhode island moving forward. 25% of the net proceeds will be donated to Groundwork Providence. Another organization doing great work in the community that I am proud to be affiliated with.
The keynote speaker
Margaret Flowers, co-director of Its Our Economy, is a Maryland pediatrician. After graduation from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1990 and completion of pediatric residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Flowers worked first as a hospitalist and then in private practice. She left practice in 2007 to advocate full-time for a single payer health care system at both the state and national levels.