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Gift Economy Conference

Gift economy conference brings internationally-known feminists, activists to Las Vegas Nov 12-14
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Election get you down? Reach deeper into the lives of women, indigenous peoples, immigrants, teachers, volunteers, free software developers and many others to find a common thread. A radically different world view gives rise to values, which can unite a wide variety of people and defeat the globalizing market, revealing the systemic defects of Patriarchal Capitalism. Help create a paradigm shift for a better world--join us to hear international and national women leaders, academics and activists discuss the gift economy, Nov. 12-14 at the Clark County Library, 1401 East Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, NV.

The conference is organized and sponsored by The Center for the Study of the Gift Economy, Austin, Texas. Endorsed by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Indigenous Women's Network, Indigenous People's Council on Biocolonialism, Ms. Magazine, Yes Magazine, Fierce Magazine, Sage Woman Magazine, Feminist International Radio Endeavor, Women's International News Gathering Service, Reformed Church of the Goddess International, and Awakened Woman.

A second conference, Matriarchies: Societies of Peace will be held in Austin, Texas, November 2005 under the direction of Heide Gottner-Abendroth.

Go to the conference website <www.gifteconomyconference.com> for program information and to the FIRE website: <www.radiofeminista.net/indexeng.htm> for WEBCAST instructions.

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