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NIB EMERGENCY ZOOM TOWN HALL JUNE 16
Emergency Town Hall Meeting with Public Banking Chair Ellen Brown, Financial Expert Dr. Nomi Prins, and Cornell Professor Robert Hockett: “Stop Runaway Inflation and Recession, Make America Produce Again!”
Against the backdrop of skyrocketing inflation and looming economic recession, the speakers will analyze the causes of the economic crisis gripping the United States economy and offer bold solutions. The growing divide between the mass of financial paper in circulation and the dwindling productive economy has reached a breakpoint. We need to produce again and build our way out of the crisis. One solution is the enactment by Congress of a new National Infrastructure Bank as outlined in HR3339. Another proposal is the creation of a National Reconstruction and Development Council to coordinate an aggressive revival of American production.
Speakers:
Ellen Brown, Founder and Chairman, Public Banking Institute, author “Web of Debt”, media commentator including Scheer Post, Los Angeles, Ca.
Dr. Nomi Prins, PhD, Author: “Permanent Distortion: How the Financial Markets Abandoned the Real Economy Forever”, “All the Presidents’ Bankers”; former Managing Director Goldman Sachs; Commentator: CNBC, Fox Business, CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, Ojai, Ca.
Robert Hockett, Edward Cornell professor of law and Finance at Cornell University. Public Banking Institute Board of Directors, adviser to federal and state legislators, former staff Federal Reserve Bank of New York, International Monetary Fund, Ithaca, NY
Alphecca Muttardy, professional economist, former Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund, Fairfax, Va
Assemblyman Felix Ortiz, former Assistant Speaker New York Assembly, co-founder and former Chairman National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators, Albany, NY
Moderator: Robert Lynn, Secretary, Toledo Jobs with Justice, UA Local 50 Organizer, (retired); Toledo

Jun 16, 2022 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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