OWS Alternative Banking Weekly Meeting — This week, Dr. Divine Pryor speaking at 3 PM

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/25/2014
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Location
Columbia University International Affairs Building, Room 409
420 W. 118th Street
New York

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OWS Alternative Banking Weekly Meeting -- This week, Dr. Divine Pryor speaking at 3 PM

We get together every Sunday to discuss the financial system and possible alternatives.

This week we have a guest speaker at 3 PM

Dr. Divine Pryor, who is a social scientist with extensive knowledge and expertise in the criminal justice, health and social service fields, having spent over half his career administering HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, substance abuse and other social service non-profits. He has traveled extensively providing counsel and technical assistance on criminal justice issues to judges, prosecutors, correctional staff and other system stakeholders for the purpose of influencing policy decisions. In addition, he has developed trainings and workshops for professionals that address issues such as anti-gang initiatives, poverty, literacy, unemployment, housing and healthcare.

Dr. Divine Pryor serves as the Executive Director of the Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions, an independent research, training and advocacy Human Justice think tank, formerly at Medgar Evers College in the City University of New York, founded and developed by academic professionals with prior experience within the criminal punishment system. It is the first of its kind in the country.

We will undoubtedly have a lively discussion as well.

Please join us!

You can also check out our book Occupy Finance and get a paper copy at one of our meetings.

How To Find Us:
Room 409 is a little tricky to find but worth the effort. When you enter the building from the street, you are already on the 4th floor. If you enter from 118th Street (main entrance) go past the elevators, up a short flight of stairs. Room 409 is in the corridor to the left.

There is also a side entrance on Amsterdam (near 117th). If you enter there, go around the glass atrium and then into the corridor to the right.

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