When the well-being of communities is threatened, some are resilient and come together to take action. Why and how do people mobilize to make change? Join us as we discuss a case study in effective grassroots organizing in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in New York City.Speakers: Jake Beinecke, Farm Viability Project, Analyst at Open Space Institute.; Diego Ibanez, Organizer of Occupy Sandy; and Matt Pelak, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Team Rubicon. Moderated by Ray Horton, Frank R. Lautenberg Professor of Ethics and Corporate Governance and Faculty Director, Programs in Social Enterprise, Executive Education at Columbia Business School.

Be the Change — Grassroots Movements Mobilize!

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