Reimagining Capitalism | Net Impact

REIMAGINING
CAPITALISM

Visualizing The World We Want
NET IMPACT’S VIRTUAL EVENT SERIES
Starting in July 2020

Net Impact is excited to announce a new digital event series! We invite you to join us for a series of connected conversations and opportunities featuring thought leaders and visionaries from various fields of work.

Throughout this connected series, you will have the option to step in or step out as you decide the role you want to play in the new story that we are creating. Join us to cultivate new relationships with members of the global Net Impact chapter network as well as our allies and friends. Together we'll explore difficult questions, challenge our assumptions, discover our blind spots, un-learn, deconstruct, pause, reset, and re-imagine.

The Color of Law, the Color of Money - Restorative Solutions to Redress the Racial Wealth Gap

August 27, 2020 11:30 AM PDT

COVID has laid bare the inadequacies of capitalism dealing with large-scale problems impacting marginalized people. For Black communities in particular, the impact of historic racial inequality has widened gaps in healthcare, adequate housing and education. But the most challenging issue is the racial wealth gap. Capitalism must be reimagined to work for all. What needs to happen in the area of racial equity? How best to address the persistence of the racial wealth gap? Join us in a conversation led by Tynesia Boyea-Robinson and Darrick Hamilton, and moderated by Net Impact Board Chair, Cecily Joseph.

Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire

Watch Rebecca Henderson, Professor at Harvard Business School, and author of the just-released book “Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire”, in conversation with PBS News Anchor, Paul Solman.

Rebecca Henderson

Profitability with Principles: Reimagining the Chocolate Industry

Two chocolate companies, Theo Chocolate and Tony’s Chocolonely, are revolutionizing the chocolate industry by hard-wiring their values into business objectives. Join us in an interactive conversation to learn how these companies are creating fair and equitable business models in the chocolate industry. Featured Speakers: Joe Whinney, founder and former CEO of Theo Chocolate, Paul Schoenmakers, Head of Impact at Tony’s Chocolonely. Moderated by Stephanie Westhelle, Development Manager of Sustainability & Partnerships at Fairtrade America

Joe Whinney

Theo Chocolate 

Paul Schoenmakers

Paul Schoenmakers

Tony's Chocolonely Chocolate

Stephanie Westhelle

Stephanie Westhelle

Fairtrade America

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