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Why Age and Race Matter in Activism: Five More Points From George Goehl

Friday, 06 April 2012 13:27 By George Goehl and Bill Moyers, Moyers & Co. | Report & Video
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After Bill’s conversation with community organizer George Goehl, Goehl mentioned he had five things he wished he’d had a chance to say in the interview, including points about overcoming low economic expectations, the value of younger activist leaders, and the perils of not addressing race. So — because there’s no bad time for a good idea — we turned the cameras back on and recorded this web-exclusive video.

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Bill Moyers

Bill Moyers is the managing editor of Moyers & Company and BillMoyers.com.

George Goehl

George Goehl is the executive director of National People's Action, a network of metropolitan and statewide membership organizations dedicated to advancing economic and racial justice. George has been an organizer and strategist for 17 years, crafting city, state and federal campaigns on issues ranging from foreclosures, outlawing predatory lending and advancing immigration reform. He is a co-founder of The New Bottom Line, a national alignment designed to restructure our relationship with Wall Street and the financial sector and to advance a vision of a more equitable and sustainable economy.


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Why Age and Race Matter in Activism: Five More Points From George Goehl

Friday, 06 April 2012 13:27 By George Goehl and Bill Moyers, Moyers & Co. | Report & Video
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After Bill’s conversation with community organizer George Goehl, Goehl mentioned he had five things he wished he’d had a chance to say in the interview, including points about overcoming low economic expectations, the value of younger activist leaders, and the perils of not addressing race. So — because there’s no bad time for a good idea — we turned the cameras back on and recorded this web-exclusive video.

This article may not be republished without permission from Truthout.

Bill Moyers

Bill Moyers is the managing editor of Moyers & Company and BillMoyers.com.

George Goehl

George Goehl is the executive director of National People's Action, a network of metropolitan and statewide membership organizations dedicated to advancing economic and racial justice. George has been an organizer and strategist for 17 years, crafting city, state and federal campaigns on issues ranging from foreclosures, outlawing predatory lending and advancing immigration reform. He is a co-founder of The New Bottom Line, a national alignment designed to restructure our relationship with Wall Street and the financial sector and to advance a vision of a more equitable and sustainable economy.


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