The USSF is offering a number of tours to familiarize the social forum community with Detroit’s deep history, struggles and its expanding sustainable future. A limited number of these tours will be offered on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10-12 and 1-3 pm. Seats are limited, registration is recommended, $10-$20 sliding scale fees apply. Full tour descriptions and schedule will be available at registration. Sign up at the Tours table inside Cobo Hall.

A gathering of people to discuss and analyze our conditions, to come up with demands, commitments, and visions for how things could be different. The PMA is a facilitated space to decide and coordinate, actions that will bring us closer to those visions. For more info visit the PMA website: http://pma2010.org/pmas-at-ussf

We're pursuing fundamental change that addresses our daily realities. The impressive number and content of self-organized workshops shows a powerful movement-building process and growing convergence-to share struggles, visions and strategies to make another world, another U.S. and another Detroit a reality!
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The US Social Forum is proud to present our 2010 Plenary Conversation, happening Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:30-9pm. We created the plenary as one continuous dialogue over three evening sessions. The narrative for the dialogue will speak to the rise, crisis, and re-constitution of neo-liberalism and how it’s increased concentration of power and decision-making in the hands of the international financial/business elite, at the expense of ordinary people.