The Public Banking Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Suzanne O’Keeffe as its new Communications Coordinator – a vibrant new talent for getting the public banking word out and around!
We’re delighted to have Suzanne’s many talents in writing, social media, video production and network communications on our team. PBI is expanding its reach and visibility in all channels of media, and Suzanne brings rich experience in doing just that.Read more
Cimbria Badenhausen –Engagement and Support
The Public Banking Institute is very pleased to announce Cimbria Badenhausen, MBA, ENV SP as our new Engagement Coordinator. Cimbria will be helping PBI expand our support services to the many that contact us.
We are very grateful that for most of 2017, Cimbria has helped behind the scenes to get our newsletter posted, fix wonky things on the website and wrangle our data. Her extensive experience with nurturing personal and organizational growth, and her commitment to all things green is a valuable resource for our organization.Read more
BREAKING!!! July 27th - Los Angeles City Council took action for the creation of a state-chartered public bank for the City of Los Angeles! The financial institution will be named "Bank of Los Angeles" and would reinvest in the communities, neighborhoods, and residents of the City of Los Angeles. Click here to read more...
The Public Banking Institute seeks an experienced part-time media consultant to coordinate our web development (Nation Builder), social media, and appeals. Background in Public Banking a plus!
The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) is calling for the Federal Reserve to return to its historic commitment to full employment. According to CEPR…
“The Federal Reserve should take lessons from the Fed in the 1990s and remain committed to its full employment mandate. A new report from The Center for Economic and Policy Research and The Fed Up campaign at the Center for Popular Democracy provides a history of the full employment mandate – from the Civil Rights Movement to Alan Greenspan and the actions the Federal Reserve took in the 1990s to support growth in the economy.Read more
Is capitalism a religion?
“Its moral code promises salvation, its high priests uphold their orthodoxy. But perhaps too many of its doctrines are taken on faith,” writes John Rapley in The Guardian.Read more
Santa Fe has been winding its way toward establishment of a public bank for the past few years. Mayor Javier Gonzales even included public banking in his campaign platform. This summer, it took a major step forward with the announcement of a nine-member task force to determine the requirements to establish a public bank.Read more
Many of you know that the Bank of North Dakota (the only public bank in the US) was started in 1919, during a progressive movement that swept the state and the region. But do you know about the Nonpartisan League, the grassroots effort that took on the big banks and the railroads and eventually took over the ND state legislature?Read more
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