(HONESDALE) On Tuesday, June 2, at 6 PM, Waynepeace will sponsor a discussion entitled “Creating Economic Justice – Community-Based Responses to the Financial Crisis” at the Wayne County Public Library in Honesdale. The program will include a brief presentation by local writer, activist, and Waynepeace co-founder Skip Mendler.
“The financial meltdown was caused by systemic failures at national and international levels, among other things – but its effects are being felt on every Main Street and in every living room,” says Mendler. “Fortunately, we have the ability to take action in our own lives and in our communities, in ways that can affect these larger systems and help to bring about positive transformation in the entire way our society does business.”
Refreshments will be served. For more information, see http://www.waynepeace.org.
(The use of Wayne County Public Library facilities by Waynepeace does not imply an endorsement by WCPL of Waynepeace’s policies or positions.)