Nwamaka Agbo

Movement Strategy Center
Innovation Fellow Movement Strategy Fellow Nwamaka has held leadership roles in transformative organizations like the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Transform Finance and EcoDistricts. In her role as the Innovation Fellow for MSC, Nwamaka is excited to bring her many years of experience in working on issues about economic justice, community development, urban planning leadership develop through advocacy and organizing to put racial equity at the center of the Next Economy.

Presentations from Facing Race 2016

Putting Race at the Center of the Next Economy

We are witnessing the early stages of the eventual decline of capitalism. As income inequality continues to rise and climate change progresses we must ask ourselves "what will take the place of capitalism in our next economy?" Movement Strategy Center's Next Economy program is rooted in placing racial justice and climate resilience at the center of our next economy. To that end, there are a number of projects underway across the country and around the world that stand as hopeful examples of what it looks like to have social justice values guide our community development projects designed to bring about equity, prosperity and resilience.

Restore Oakland is a visionary joint initiative of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and Restaurant Opportunities Centers, founded on the principles of restorative economics and restorative justice as a strategy for building whole and healed communities. Lifting up Restore Oakland as an innovative example of the next economy, come and participate in an interactive session as we collectively explore our personal beliefs and feelings around finance, capital and the economy and engage in generative group activities and discussion to develop our own solutions and models for creating the next economy rooted in racial, social, economic and environmental justice.

Speakers: Nwamaka Agbo, Zachary Norris