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Eleanor LeCain discusses how every day Americans are winning democracy reforms in cities and states across the country with Joshua A. Douglas, author of Vote for US: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change The Future of Voting and professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law.

Eleanor LeCain talks about how we can win needed changes through nonviolent direct action campaigns with George Lakey, author of How We Win: A Guide to Nonviolent Direct Action Campaigning and professor of Swarthmore College.

Eleanor LeCain talks about Healing the Body Politic with Steve Bhaerman, co-author of Spontaneous Evolution with Bruce Lipton, putting current politics in an evolutionary perspective.

Eleanor LeCain talks about how we can have a country where politicians put country over party, and decisions are made for the greater good not for political donors, with Josh Silver, Executive Director of RepresentUs and organizer of Unrig the System, the largest (and most fun) annual gathering of US democracy reform activists.

Eleanor LeCain talks about teaching our children to deal with race and racism, with Dr Jennifer Harvey, author of Raising White Kids: Bringing up Children in a Racially Unjust America and professor at Drake University.

Eleanor LeCain talks about the $4 billion paid to families of children maimed or killed by vaccines, the push to mandate vaccines and the importance of open debate on vaccines costs and benefits with James S. Turner, partner in the DC law firm of Swankin & Turner and Board Chair of Citizens for Health advocating for consumer rights to natural healing.

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).”


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