Economics for Emancipation (E4E)
is a seven-module introductory curriculum with interactive and participatory workshops. It offers a deep critical dive into the current political economic system, exploration of alternative economic systems, and dynamic tools to dream and build the economy that centers care, relationship, and liberation. Brought to you by the Center for Economic Democracy and the Center for Popular Economics.

I am coordinating the outreach and digital media for this curriculum.

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