The post-recession, doesn’t work for everyone, and sometimes, you need a little creativity in order to survive. Many Northeast Ohioans have taken to figuring out ingenious work-arounds to traditional economic forces. In other words, they’re hacking the economy.
Join Civic Commons hosts Dan Moulthrop and Noelle Celeste as they sit with design anthropologist Mary Scott Cebul to discuss three great examples of hacking the harsh economic realities of Northeast Ohio: Andrew Samtoy’s Cash Mob movement, Abby Greer of the Kent Community Time Bank and Abby Turner of Lucky Penny Creamery.
Aired on August 09, 2012
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