An online social event featuring moderated discussion centered on a presentation from IPS program staff. This month, Ashik Siddique of the National Priorities Project explores programs and real needs that could be funded by a 10% cut to the US military budget.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we’re more aware than ever that discourse, collaboration, and connection are the lifeblood that keep our movements alive. In that spirit, IPS Table Talks is a new social event series for members of the IPS community. Every other month, we’ll feature a 10 to 20-minute informational presentation from an IPS expert, followed by moderated open discussion. Former IPS staff and interns are heavily encouraged to attend, and all members of the IPS community are welcome.
This month, we’re featuring Ashik Siddique, Research Analyst with the National Priorities Project. His research shows that cutting the US military budget by only 10% could open a world of possibilities for a more just, peaceful world.
Webinar access: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87493604265?pwd=NXhIMGk1V0oyS2crbmpWN3V1YXRiQT09