Going Postal – and Going Local– on It’s Our Money

Coming up every Wednesday at 9:00 am Pacific – 12 Noon Eastern – 16:00 GMT

IT’S OUR MONEY with Ellen Brown

Going Postal – and Going Local

About 25% of Americans don’t have access to basic banking services such as check cashing and money transfers, often forcing them to rely on expensive charges from street corner profiteers who fill the void. While local banks aren’t always available, post offices are, and they could fill this banking void if only the Congress would allow it. We talk with Katherine Isaac of the American Postal Workers Union about a national campaign to bring back postal banking. Later, Ellen talks with the founder of Cooperation Humboldt, David Cobb, about an effort to model a new type of local economy that leaves no one out. And Walt talks with Rhode Island’s former Secretary of State Matt Brown — the latest candidate to run for a governorship on a public banking platform. A Public Banking Institute Presentation.


This show was broadcast on April 4, 2018.

      Listen to the Archive Here
For downloads and more click here to SUBSCRIBE!



Share

Leave a Reply

CLICK HERE to Listen with iTunes, VLC, Winamp, or other players
No Lies Radio Visitors


Join Our Email List

* required

*



*



Email & Social Media Marketing by VerticalResponse

Archives

April 2018
S M T W T F S
« Mar    
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930  

User Login