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Sunday, July 10 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
What is the Story You Seek to Change? A Conversation with David Korten

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Stories, while often unspoken, are implicit - and very much alive - in the organizations, coalitions, and communities that power the New Economy movement. Each of us plays a vital role in turning the human course by exposing the fallacies of prevailing cultural stories and offering alternatives. One such alternative is the Living Earth Economy story that David Korten offers. Join us to reflect on and share the deep cultural stories and assumptions you and your organization seek to change.

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Fran Korten

Publisher, YES! Magazine
Fran Korten is Publisher of YES! Magazine, an award-winning print and online publication that showcases powerful ideas and practical actions for building a just, sustainable, and compassionate world. Previously she was a grantmaker in the Ford Foundation's Manila, Jakarta, and New York offices. Earlier, she taught at Harvard University. She holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University. She lives on Bainbridge Island WA with her husband David Korten... Read More →
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David Korten

President, Living Economies Forum
David Korten is co-founder and board chair of YES! Magazine, founder of the Living Economies Forum, and author, most recently, of When Corporations Rule the World (3rd ed), Change the Story, Change the Future, and a bi-weekly column for YES!. After many years working in international development, he defected from the establishment and returned to the U.S. to focus, to this day, on exposing the destructive forces of corporate rule, participate... Read More →


Sunday July 10, 2016 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Ketchum Hall 118

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