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Darnell L. Johnson
Darnell L. Johnson shared Right to the City Boston's post to the group: New Economy @ MIT.on May 3, 2017 4:57 pm
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Darnell L. Johnson
Darnell L. Johnson shared Right to the City Boston's photo to the group: New Economy @ MIT.on March 6, 2017 11:38 am
#Right2Remain
It's time BOSTON.
See you there.
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Call your district councilor and At-Large Councilors NOW-
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AT LARGE: Michelle Wu, 617-635-3115
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DISTRICT 1: Sal LaMattina, 617-635-3200
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DISTRICT 9: Mark Ciommo, 617-635-3113

*We need housing stability and development without displacement.
*We need the Jim Brooks Stabilization Act to help direct legal and resource information to Boston's tenants at risk of displacement. *The City needs better data on displacement, which this Act would provide.
*We want protections from displacement, which disproportionately affects Boston's low-income communities of color - NOT resegregation!
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Kate Mitts
Kate Mittson February 7, 2017 5:29 am
HI Folks, I'm co-teaching a New Economies class this spring at D-Lab, open to grad and undergraduates. This will explore some of the history of globalization + capitalism, effects (env, social, econ), explore case studies of new economies, and collectively, work to develop a new workshop format to encourage new economies.

EC.740 (U)/EC.780 (G) : D-Lab: New Economies
9 CREDITS Spring 2017;
Wednesdays - 930a - 1230p

- Kate (MCP ' 15)
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Darnell L. Johnson
Darnell L. Johnson shared Right to the City Boston's event to the group: New Economy @ MIT.on January 10, 2017 5:09 am
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Nati Conrazon
Nati Conrazonon October 25, 2016 11:14 pm
Hi everyone! New Economy Coalition Roundup Is Out! Ft. Toronto Tool Library Shareable Nathan Schneider Democracy Now! brujas #WeAreTwitter #NoDAPL #Brujasx1971 http://bit.ly/2eOk0Bt

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Tufts New Economy

The Tufts New Economy student group was established in the Spring of 2013 to address growing problems with the current economic system through both discussion and action. The new economy has many names and comes in many forms, but the common thread is that businesses, industries, institutions and individuals working within the new economy prioritize people, planet, not solely profit. The group consists of a diverse set of graduate and undergraduate students from across the Tufts community. TNE seeks to create new and tap into existing networks for both discussion and action toward a more just and sustainable economy. Last year meetings consisted of about 50% learning and discussion and 50% action. Last year’s work culminated in a Spring Summit titled, “Cultivating a New Food Economy, Putting People and Planet First.” Check out our website: http://tuftsneweconomy.wordpress.com/
Tessa Salzman
Tessa Salzman shared Caitlin Joseph's event to the group: Tufts New Economy.on April 19, 2017 9:27 pm
Directly before the March for Science! Join us in solidarity with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' northeast tour to pressure Wendy's to join the Fair Food Program. https://www.facebook.com/events/1851690125098672/
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Joel Wool
Joel Wool shared a link to the group: Tufts New Economy.on November 15, 2016 6:07 pm
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Rachel Naginskaya
Rachel Naginskayaon November 15, 2016 5:12 pm
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Joel Wool
Joel Wool shared a link to the group: Tufts New Economy.on October 27, 2016 1:48 am
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Sharon Cho
Sharon Choon October 18, 2016 12:39 pm
Panel on "Making Black Lives Matter Through Policy & Planning" is tomorrow!
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