The Bob Graham Center Programs Jan 16 and 17 !!

“Ethical Markets highly recommends these programs for our friends at the University of Florida and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service.

~Hazel Henderson, Editor“


January 2019



Programs are free and open to the public and streamed live on the
Bob Graham Center website and Facebook page.


Wednesday, Jan. 16 | 6 p.m.

Puerto Rico: Resilience After the Storm 

EXPLORE MORE: A little over a year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the University of Florida has emerged as a leader in research and scholarship focused on rebuilding.


On Jan. 16 at 6 p.m. in the Pugh Hall Ocora, architecture professors Martha Kohen and Nancy Clark, who have spearheaded this international effort will discuss UF’s work and collaborations aimed at helping the island imagine a more resilient future. Read the story.

Thursday, Jan. 17 | 6 p.m.

History of Capitalism: Anti-monopoly Past and Present  

Anti-trust has been around for more than a century in the United States, and yet each generation seems to reinvent what it means and how its principles are applied.


The Sherman Anti-Trust Act aspired to break up trusts that undermined the public interest. But the statute was vague in defining its principles.


Join us for this public conversation between experts in the field, who will explore the concept of anti-monopoly from a historical and contemporary perspective.


Panelists: Richard John, Columbia University; Victoria Woeste,American Bar Foundation; Matt Stoller, Open Markets Institute