Date & Time
December 3, 2012
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
The Mott House
122 Maryland Avenue NE
Washington, DC, USA
Whose Federal Budget Is It, Anyway?
An event to support the inspiring work of National Priorities Project, with remarks by Barbara Ehrenreich.
"More IPS staff members use National Priorities Project data in their research and advocacy than any other single source. We couldn't function without it. I'm also involved in broad national campaigns which are increasingly reliant on NPP's efforts. NPP's work is at the heart of the struggle to reorient national priorities toward the people rather than the powerful."
—John Cavanagh, Director, Institute for Policy Studies
Join us for this inspiring event to recognize and support the work of the National Priorities Project, a federal budget research organization working to create a more equitable and participatory U.S. budget.
NPP’s resources, tools, and grassroots capacity building redistribute political participation, with a focus on the interests and needs of the American people. We know that the only thing stronger than money in politics is the strategic force of an informed and active electorate.
With you, we’re building a federal budget that reflects the true promise of our democracy.
Hosts include: Deepak Bargova, Debbie Weinstein, Doug Hall, Miriam Pemberton, Jen Kern, Jim Harper, Paul Kawika Martin, Jim Cason, Roz Lemieux