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Women's Economic Agenda Project

449 15Th Street 2Nd Floor

Oakland, California 94612

United States

Company Description

The Women's Economic Agenda Project uses teach-ins, truth commissions, trainings, marches, and protests to educate and empower people on their rights and to give a voices and face to the millions fighting for their lives. We know that only our work togeth ... more

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Affiliations

Executive Director of the Women's Economic Agenda Project and Member
Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign

Board Member
Healthcare-NOW

Board Member
SourceWatch

Project Advisor, Women's Economic Agenda Project
The Children's Partnership

Advisor
Contentbank.org

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Healthcare-Now >About Us>Steering Committee

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Ethel Long Scott, Executive Director, Women's Economic Agenda Project, Oakland.CA

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Ethel Long Scott


Clearing the FOG Radio

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We speak with Ethel Long-Scott of the Women's Economic Agenda Project (WEAP) about the crises of poverty and un/under-employment that are not expected to improve under the current system due to technology and robotics and the need for new solutions such as an unconditional basic income.

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The Urgent Need for a Guaranteed Basic Income with Ethel Long-Scott and Steve Shafarman by Clearingthefog on Mixcloud
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Articles by Ethel Long-Scott
Women's Economic Agenda Project
Basic Income Action


US Courts on Poverty Summary | WEAP

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In her speech, Ethel Long Scott, WEAP's Executive Director, shared these words, "There has never been a time in this country of such tremendous opportunities and tremendous disparities.


Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign

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From April 20-22, WEAP's Executive Director, Ethel Long-Scott, and WEAP's Institute for Justice and Economic Security Associate, Nicole Martin, traveled to New York and joined with the Rochester arm of the Social Welfare Action Alliance (SWAA) in anti-poverty leadership development, education, and organizing work.

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To spotlight the urgent need to end poverty, Long-Scott appeared on two radio shows to help promote the message of poverty eradication. The first was on WDKX radio, one of the few independent African-American owned radio stations, on the "Wake UP Club" show. Long-Scott was also interviewed on WXXI radio, a Rochester public radio station akin to the Bay Area's KQED, on the Bob Smith Show. On both shows, WEAP discussed the increasing poverty in our cities, our broken health care system, and how we need a social contract that works in the interest of the people and not for the profit of a few over the many.
WEAP also conducted two major speaking engagements during the mini-tour. The first was near Rochester at the Brockport campus of the State University of New York, as part of the American Democracy Project Speaker Series Presentation. The audience was approximately one hundred and fifty people, primarily social welfare and women's studies students and scholars. The next night, Long-Scott spoke to the community at the Dugan Center of St. Mary's Church.
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It is because of Sister Grace's wall of death, it is because of the hundred plus homicides in Oakland that occur every year, it is because of the three-million-plus homeless every night across the United States, and it is because of the some 90 million uninsured and underinsured Americans, that Long-Scott reiterated again and again on the Rochester mini-tour: "We MUST work forward towards a new vision. This new vision, where everyone's human rights are secured and poverty is eliminated, MUST inform new strategies. A new, more just, America can't happen until we all get involved in breaking the silence on the injustices we face and dedicating ourselves to fighting to secure health care as a human right. It makes a difference what we do."
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Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign: Build A Health Justice Movement

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From April 20-22, WEAP's Executive Director, Ethel Long-Scott, and WEAP's Institute for Justice and Economic Security Associate, Nicole Martin, traveled to New York and joined with the Rochester arm of the Social Welfare Action Alliance (SWAA) in anti-poverty leadership development, education, and organizing work.

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To spotlight the urgent need to end poverty, Long-Scott appeared on two radio shows to help promote the message of poverty eradication. The first was on WDKX radio, one of the few independent African-American owned radio stations, on the "Wake UP Club" show. Long-Scott was also interviewed on WXXI radio, a Rochester public radio station akin to the Bay Area's KQED, on the Bob Smith Show. On both shows, WEAP discussed the increasing poverty in our cities, our broken health care system, and how we need a social contract that works in the interest of the people and not for the profit of a few over the many.
WEAP also conducted two major speaking engagements during the mini-tour. The first was near Rochester at the Brockport campus of the State University of New York, as part of the American Democracy Project Speaker Series Presentation. The audience was approximately one hundred and fifty people, primarily social welfare and women's studies students and scholars. The next night, Long-Scott spoke to the community at the Dugan Center of St. Mary's Church.
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It is because of Sister Grace's wall of death, it is because of the hundred plus homicides in Oakland that occur every year, it is because of the three-million-plus homeless every night across the United States, and it is because of the some 90 million uninsured and underinsured Americans, that Long-Scott reiterated again and again on the Rochester mini-tour: "We MUST work forward towards a new vision. This new vision, where everyone's human rights are secured and poverty is eliminated, MUST inform new strategies. A new, more just, America can't happen until we all get involved in breaking the silence on the injustices we face and dedicating ourselves to fighting to secure health care as a human right. It makes a difference what we do."
Labels: Ethel Long-Scott, Health Care, Social Welfare Action Alliance, WEAP

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