Monday, May 18, 2009

Your Call 051809 Can local currencies transform our economy?

Can local currencies transform our economy from the bottom up? On the next Your Call, we'll have a discussion about the growing interest in currency production in communities around the country. Thousands of them were used during the Great Depression. How do local currencies work today? Send us an email at or join us live at 11 am. How do you start one where you live? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

Susan Witt, Executive Director, E. F. Schumacher Society and Co-founder of BerkShares.

Paul Glover, founder of the Ithaca Hours program

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1 comment:

King of the Paupers said...

Jct: Best of all, when the local currency is pegged to the Time Standard of Money (how many dollars/hour child labor) Hours earned locally can be intertraded with other timebanks globally!
In 1999, I paid for 39/40 nights in Europe with an IOU for a night back in Canada worth 5 Hours.
U.N. Millennium Declaration UNILETS Resolution C6 to governments is for a time-based currency to restructure the global financial architecture.
See my banking systems engineering analysis at