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Eleanor LeCain talks about a way to eliminate all income tax and still fund government programs with Scott Smith, author of The New Operating System for the American Economy, who proposes a tiny tax on all financial payments as the way to replace all other taxes and finance government. 


Eleanor LeCain talks about strengthening women’s leadership for working people with Sheri Davis-FaulknerCo-Director of the WILL (Women Innovating Labor Leadership) Empower program at Rutgers University (and Georgetown University), supporting women at entry level, mid-career, and executive levels to advance conditions for workers with economic, gender and racial justice.

Eleanor LeCain talks with two faculty at Presidio Graduate School, the graduate school for those who want to change the world: discussing clean water for all – and bringing social justice to engineering – with Khalid Kadir, and creating the world we want through sustainable finance with Paul Herman, author of The HIP Investor: Make Bigger Profits by Building a Better World.

“Eleanor LeCain talks about healing trauma and reducing violence and addiction with Roger Kluck, a leader in the Alternatives to Violence Project (call 888-278-7820 or email info@AVPusa.org).”


Eleanor LeCain talks about the wonderful bill introduced in the US House (the first bill introduced by the new Democratic majority) to strengthen democracy by cutting the influence of money in politics and expanding voting rights, with Aaron Scherb, Legislative Director of Common Cause.


“Eleanor LeCain talks about creating a world that works for everyone by re-inventing our economy in this generation with Gil Friend, a leader in the sustainability revolution, Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Palo Alto, California, and founder of Natural Logic helping companies with profitable sustainability strategies (natlogic.com).”

“Eleanor LeCain talks about practical ways we can create a peaceful world with David Hartsough, author of Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist who was inspired by his meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to become a lifelong nonviolent activist.”

Eleanor LeCain talks about how we can have prosperity for all and unleash the productive genius of regular people with Robert Friedman, author of A Few Thousand Dollars: Sparking Prosperity for Everyone, and Founder and Chair Emeritus of Prosperity Now, a national economic development nonprofit dedicated to increasing financial security for all.


“Eleanor LeCain talks about celebrating women’s contributions historically and connecting those stories to empower women and girls today with Maria Darby, President, and Diana Bailey, Executive Director of the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center, a national model of a state center for women.”

Eleanor LeCain talks about principles that can help you live with greater joy and harmony at home, at work and beyond with Marian Head, author of Revolutionary Agreements: A Personal Path to Peace on Earth.”

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