Living With Debt
March 11, 2018 | 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Cerimon House
5131 NE 23rd Ave., Portland OR 97211
Debt has bound people together and driven them apart for millennia. Oppressive debt has played a role in major social revolutions that have resulted in the clearing of debt records, yet there are other debts, like the cost of being born, for which many could not imagine demanding repayment. In the past ten years, US national debt and personal debt have reached all-time highs—levels at which full repayment may seem implausible. But is repayment even necessary? Join educator April Slabosheski in a conversation that asks, What constitutes debt? How does debt shape the way we relate to one another? How do we decide which debts we will repay, and which we will not? Read more.
Paul Susi at (503) 307-9599 or firstname.lastname@example.org