Despite growing inequality worldwide, ordinary people have three specific, significant and actionable forms of equalizing power: time, one vote and numbers.
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Paul Lachelier is the founder and director of Learning Life, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit lab devoted to innovating education and citizen engagement. Learning Life’s flagship program, the Citizen Diplomacy Initiative is developing a family-to-family form of citizen diplomacy to help democratize diplomacy. Paul holds a B.A. in sociology from Georgetown University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before founding Learning Life in 2012, he taught at Stetson, Harvard, Tufts and the University of Wisconsin. Paul’s writing and programmatic work focus on the intersection of democracy, culture and education. His writings have appeared in academic journals as well as popular media including the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Orlando Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, and Albuquerque Journal, and truthout.org. More at paullachelier.info.