The Commons SF offers a paid workshop on making sense of money, campaign financing reform, and special interests in governance as part of its five part Geography and Social Justice series of workshops.
Starting from the perspective that all people have an equal right to occupy nature, and that nature has an economic value arising out of the growth of community, and that nigh on all social questions begin with consideration of, "Upon what terms will individuals have access to nature (location, location, location)?" The Commons SF develops a wholistic social philosophy that offers specific counsel on a wide range of concerns.
This Thursday the concern is money and public banking, campaign financing, and special interests in governance.
We pay $10 to the first 5 people to attend (we advise pre-enrollment for the stipend), with a practical limit of 12 attendees.
Be on time, and we end punctually.