Every month, second Tuesday

Join us for an open introductory discussion about wealth, poverty, justice, and community, the second Tuesday of every month.  Our initial time and location will be  6:15PM, at the Overflow Coffee Bar, 1550 S. State. The first topic, February 14, will be No Wall, No Privilege: How True Free Trade Can Raise American Wages and […]

Celebrate Henry George Day with us on Sept 5, new mailing list, and HGS at NCSL

We still don’t now where the School is moving (expect classes to be in several locations), but that doesn’t keep us from progressing with smart revenue ideas, our traditional Henry George Day observance, and a much improved mailing list. ITEM 1: Henry George Day. As is our custom, we celebrate the first Monday in September […]

Another read for the PEBC, and Intro to P&P this Friday

Political Economy Book Club convenor Bob Matter has announced the next book, which will be discussed Wednesday, June 1. And our next section of Progress & Poverty begins with an introductory session this Friday.  Even tho it’s the traditional (not actual) “tax day,” the focus will be on Henry George’s goal: extirpation of poverty.

Read Democracy in America– and more videos at the Henry George School

Political Economy Book Club convenor Bob Matter reminds us to start reading Democracy in America volume 1, in order to participate in the PEBC discussion Tuesday, March 29, 6 to 8 PM. Or, if you don’t care to read it, you can listen to a free audiobook version. Democracy in America is arguably a great […]

How you can join the 1% in 2016

We guess that less than 1% of people understand the main cause of poverty, which remedies might work and which can’t, and why. Our mission is to increase that number, and we’d like to welcome you to the group. The basic Progress & Poverty course provides the information you need.  This term we’ll have a […]