Economics for Emancipation
Requests for Proposals: Graphic Designer & Video Producer
Economics for Emancipation (E4E) is a five-part online and in-person course offered jointly by the Center for Popular Economics (CPE) (at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst) and the Center for Economic Democracy (CED) (based in Boston, MA). The course is an introductory workshop in economics, politics, and the history of movements for economic justice in the U.S. It includes interactive and participatory workshops offering a different perspective on economics rooted in ecology and the struggles by Black, indigenous, people of color and women for liberation from patriarchy, imperialism and racism.
We're seeking both a Graphic Designer and a Video Producer for this course. Deadline for proposals is January 16th, 2022.
Please see the Requests for Proposals below.