Events & Virtual Talks

Past Event

Investigate Insulin Now with Congresswoman Katie Porter, Maurice BP-Weeks, Laura Marston, Alex Lawson & more

March 18, 2021   12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

On March 18th at 12:30 PM ET, Economic Liberties and the Investigate Insulin Now campaign hosted a discussion with Congresswoman Porter focused on the dangerous impacts of the insulin cartel, racial inequities in insulin access, and insulin market concentration.

Past Event

Access to Markets: Freeing Entrepreneurs & Independent Businesses From Dominant Gatekeepers Feat. Congressman Joe Neguse

March 12, 2021   12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

On Friday, March 12th at 12:00 PM ET, we launched a new “Access to Markets” initiative featuring remarks from House Antitrust Subcommittee member and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Joe Neguse (CO-02).

Past Event

Monopolization and America’s Nuclear Triad: What Could Go Wrong? Feat. Mark Thompson, Sara Sirota, and Lucas Kunce, Moderated by Elle Ekman 

March 4, 2021   2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

On Thursday, March 4th at 2:00 p.m. ET, the American Economic Liberties Project hosted a discussion about how extreme consolidation in the national security supply chain is expensive, unsafe, untenable, and un-democratic.

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Break ‘Em Up! Redistributing Economic Power to the People feat. Senator Bernie Sanders, Congressman Cicilline & More

December 15, 2020   2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

People’s Action and the American Economic Liberties Project kicked off our new virtual event series “Break ‘Em Up! Redistributing Economic Power to the People" with a discussion focused on how concentrated corporate power hurts labor and workplace organizing efforts.

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Why We Must Compete at Home to Compete Abroad feat. Tom Wheeler, Mike Brown & Jen Harris

November 19, 2020   2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

On Thursday, November 19th at 2:00 p.m. ET, Economic Liberties hosted a discussion on how increased competition in domestic markets can boost our ability to compete with China, secure our supply chains, and improve the position of the American worker.