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Courageous Conversations: Can Inclusive Capitalism Work for the Common Good?

March 29th, 2021

Courageous Conversations: Can Inclusive Capitalism Work for the Common Good?

Socially Responsible Investment Coalition
Annual Education Event
2021

Tuesday, April 27, 2021 via ZOOM
Program: 6:30 – 8:30 pm CST

Courageous Conversations:
Can Inclusive Capitalism Work for the Common Good?

“Once capital becomes an idol and guides people’s decisions, once greed for money presides over the entire socioeconomic system, it ruins society, it condemns and enslaves men and women, it destroys human fraternity, it sets people against one another and, as we clearly see, it even puts at risk our common home.” – Pope Francis

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REGISTRATION
We welcome your participation and financial support for our Virtual 2021 Annual Event Sponsorships as well as individual tickets will be available

Please indicate your choice below and send payment by check to SRIC:

  • Sponsorships of $250 and above allow for 8 participants
  • Individual tickets at $25 per person, please indicate number

Send this registration form with payment to: Socially Responsible Investment Coalition, 285 Oblate Drive, San Antonio, TX 78216-6693 Contact: Anna Falkenberg at afalkenberg@sric-south.org

Purchase of a sponsorship will allow us to feature your organization’s name and logo on our event materials. If you have purchased a sponsorship you will be responsible for sending out the link to your invited participants. Links will also be sent for individual ticket purchases, if more than one, please email us with names and email addresses. We will be sending you a registration confirmation with the ZOOM link and instructions on accessing the event. Registrations will be accepted through Friday, April 16, 2021

Invited Participants

Rev. Séamus Finn, OMI — Chief of Faith Consistent Investing at the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

Larry Hufford, Ph.D. — Professor of Political Science and International Relations at St. Mary’s University

Sister Michele O’Brien, CCVI — Development Specialist at the Friends of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Foundation

Nadira Narine — Senior Program Director, Strategic Initiatives at the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

Inclusive Capitalism is fundamentally about creating long-term corporate value that benefits all stakeholders – businesses, investors, employees, customers, governments, communities, members of society, and the planet.

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