Responsible Wealth

May 2015: Popular Economics Training at the Walker Center

— Mike L
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Our Popular Economics Education Team is co-hosting UFE's renowned Popular Economics Training of Trainers in May 2015 in Aurburndale, MA. We invite organizers, activists, educators, students, and others across the U.S. who want to join and advance the movement for a just economy, to attend.

President Obama & Congress: Tax US!

— Mike L
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In the State of the Union address, President Obama called for strengthening tax benefits for middle class and low-income working families, and for investing more in child care, early education, and higher education, including making the first two years of community college free. Responsible Wealth is gathering signatures in support of the President's plan.

October 2014: UFE Training of Trainers at Highlander

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Our Popular Economics Education Team is co-hosting UFE's renowned Training of Trainers Institute in October 2014 in New Market, TN, with the Highlander Center. We invite organizers, activists, educators, students, and others across the U.S. who want to join and advance the movement for a just economy, to attend.

Why History Matters: Obama Talks about Inequality

— Brian Miller
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Ezra Klein of the Washington Post calls it "perhaps the single best economic speech of his presidency." The folks on Fox News were whining about "redistribution." Picking up a cab in Baltimore the next morning, the first thing the driver asked me was whether I saw the President's speech… He loved it. However one ranks it, Pres. Obama's speech on Wednesday nailed it, calling economic inequality the "defining challenge of our time."

Porqué es Importante la Historia: Obama habla sobre la Desigualdad

— Brian Miller
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Ezra Klein del Washington Post llama "tal vez el único mejor discurso económico de su presidencia."La gente en Fox News estaba quejándose de la "redistribución". Cuando cogía un taxi en Baltimore a la mañana siguiente, fue lo primero que el conductor me preguntó si vi el discurso del Presidente... Le encantó. Sin embargo uno alinea, el discurso del Presidente Obama el miércoles lo clavó, llamando a la desigualdad económica "el desafío definitorio de nuestro tiempo."

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