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Alliance for Local Economic Prosperity (AFLEP) is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization and your contributions to AFLEP are tax-deductible.

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Upcoming Events

august, 2020

04aug6:30 pm7:30 pmNew Mexico State Election StrategiesWho Can Win, Who Needs a Push and What YOU Can Do

05aug8:30 am2:00 pmNew Mexico Clean Energy Economy Town HallRegistration closes Aug. 4 at 12 p.m.

14aug10:00 am11:00 amPublic Banking Coalition Monthly Conference CallLearn more about Public Banking, discuss current issues and get updates on the movement.

18aug11:45 am1:00 pmLunch with a Leader: Establishing a Public BankJoin AFLEP and League of Women Voters for a conversation about how a state public bank can lead to a supportive, resilient economy.

18aug5:30 pm7:00 pmSoil Stories with Emily Arasim and Donne GonzalesOnline conversations on soil health

Revolution at the Federal Reserve:  Nomi Prins and Thomas Hanna

The Laura Flanders Show
Jan 22, 2019

As Jim Yong Kim resigns from the World Bank, we talk about the way central banks steer world development and for whom. Former Goldman Sachs managing director Nomi Prins, author of “Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World,” and public ownership researcher Thomas Hanna believe that banking, and development, could be very different.

Truthout - FAIR Podcast - AFLEP

California’s New Public Banking Option Opens Door for Real Community Investment
FAIR / Truthout.org

Economy & Labor
Oct 22, 2019

Janine Jackson interviews Public Bank LA’s Trinity Tran about public banking for the October 11, 2019, episode of “CounterSpin.”

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It's Our Money with Ellen Brown

Banking on the People by Ellen Brown - AFLEP

Ellen Brown’s
2019 Book

Today most of our money is created, not by governments, but by banks when they make loans. This book takes the reader step by step through the sausage factory of modern money creation, explores improvements made possible by advances in digital technology, and proposes upgrades that could transform our outmoded nineteenth century system into one that is democratic, sustainable, and serves the needs of the twenty-first century.

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Join those who’ve endorsed a Public Bank for New Mexico

Paul Gibson endorses Public Banking NM

 

“I had the good fortune to work on this initiative before Bernie kidnapped all my time. This is one of those no-brainer initiatives that only the 1% could oppose. It has the potential to save the state millions of dollars by vastly reducing the cost of its bonds to improve infrastructure funding. in a public bank, our state funds can be used to build our local economy and our local infrastructure.”

– Paul Gibson
Retake Our Democracy

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