1432 Washtenaw Ave.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

A Better World Is Possible: Sustainable Globalization and Economic Justice
Friday Evening, April 8 th ? Saturday
April 9 th
First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor
1432 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor

Keynote Speaker ? Dr. David C. Korten Author of When Corporations Rule the World President of The
People-Centered Development Forum

Other Presenters Include: Rajyashri Waghray, Director of Advocacy for Church World Service David Bonior, Former United States Congressman Charles Kernaghan, Director, National Labor
Committee Peter Brown, Professor, McGill University

Purpose: Mobilizing to transform economic globalization to serve the Common Good ? What are the positives and negatives of economic globalization? ? What is working, what is failing for people? ? What can we do to make a difference?

Themes: Food Security/Hunger Water and Environment Jobs and Labor Water and Environment Spirituality and an Economy of Life

For Further Information: Visit www.icpj.net or Contact Jason Crosby; Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice; 734-663-1870 or [email protected]

Sponsoring Organizations Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice ~ Church World Service ~ Ecumenical Center and International Residence Church Women United in Michigan ~ Michigan Coalition for Human Rights Week of Compassion,
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) ~ Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters of Monroe Detroit Conference of the United Methodist Church ~ St. Andrew?s Episcopal Church ~ Presbytery of Detroit Michigan Conference United Church of Christ VISION ~ Lutheran Social Services of Michigan Detroit Area Peace with Justice Network ~ Ann Arbor
People?s Food Co-op ~ Grey Panthers of Huron Valley Metropolitan Christian Council of Detroit-Windsor ~Transformers ~ Huron Valley United Nations Association Peacemaking Task Force of the First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor ~ Ann Arbor Friends Meeting Detroit Metropolitan
Interfaith Committee on Worker Issues ~ Economic Justice Commission of the Diocese of Michigan

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