Princeton Author Book Talk: Brian C. Johnson ’99
Economic Equality and America Values and Our Fair Share: How One Small Change Can Create a More Equitable American Economy
Join Josh Anderson ’04 in conversation with Brian C. Johnson ’99 as they discuss Brian’s new book Our Fair Share: How One Small Change Can Create a More Equitable American Economy.
Lauded by Andy Stern, President Emeritus of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) as a “love letter to our country,” Our Fair Share poses the big questions: What do we as Americans own together and who has a right to share in our collective economic prosperity. Johnson concludes Our Fair Share by proposing an innovative Citizen Dividend to allow all Americans to benefit from value created in our country.
Monday, OCT 25, 2021
6:00 - 7 PM Central
Virtual Via Zoom
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Brian C. Johnson ’99 currently serves as the CEO of Equality Illinois, the state’s LGBTQ civil rights organization, where he helps make Illinois a more fair and equitable place for all. Prior to Equality Illinois, Brian worked for two decades in public education justice in communities across the country. In addition to his AB from Princeton, he has a JD and MBA from Stanford. He also serves as the President of the Princeton Club of Chicago. Brian lives with his husband Toby and their daughter in Lincoln Square.
Josh Anderson '04
Josh Anderson ’04 serves as a Senior Fellow, Future Ed at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. Prior to Future Ed, Josh worked in senior leadership at Teach For America for 15 years. Most recently, he was executive vice president and chief external affairs officer, overseeing the organization’s recruitment, admissions, marketing, communications, public partnerships, and development functions. He is board chair of ReGeneration Schools, a network of high-performing nonprofit charter schools in Chicago and Cincinnati and has received three gubernatorial appointments in Illinois.