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“From Head Shops to Whole Foods: The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs”
“From Head Shops to Whole Foods: The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs.” Joshua Clark Davis University of Baltimore Assistant Professor of History, Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies The talk will look at political activists from the 1960s to today who have started businesses as vehicles for advancing their movements and disseminating their messages. These businesses operated all over the country, including in Baltimore, where feminists, Black Power activists, hippies, and environmentalists have all run their own small shops, including places like Red Emma’s today. The Baltimore Ethical Society meets every Sunday at 10:30 am. Members gather to hear a talk that inspires us to live more ethical lives and to reconnect with each other. Visit the Baltimore Ethical Society on the web and social media: Website: http://bmorethical.org/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/bmorethical/ (http://facebook.com/bmorethical) Twitter: http://twitter.com/bmorethical/ (http://twitter.com/bmorethical)

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The Baltimore Ethical Society is a humanistic religious fellowship. We focus on human lives and relationships and explore what it means to live ethically as individuals, family members, and participants in the larger community. We have no creeds and no doctrines, but we are united by our belief in the worth and dignity of each individual and our commitment to working together to create a more just, humane, and peaceful world.

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