“People who haven’t historically had access to the system deserve access to the system and it’s screwed up that they don’t have it. That’s wrong, but it’s access to a system that doesn’t work. Because at some level, it is work and it is cost. It takes cost to actually change the system.” – Joy Anderson, President and Founder of Criterion Institute
Overview of podcast
There are rules attached to different kinds of money. These rules attached to how money is going out the door is based on the past. So what would happen if all the rules in the playbook were made more clear and visible? Vicki Saunders and Joy Anderson continue the conversation in part two of this episode in the Money & Power series.
In this episode
This episode also covers:
- The recognition that money has a cost associated with it.
- Processes around government funding; transparency for public money.
- The cost of stability vs the cost of disruption.
- How those who are unable to get capital are paying a premium.
- The racial bias and economic bias in funding.
- Why the current economic model is based on debt and how people don’t want more debt.
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