Manhattan Town Hall event with Diane Sare and Hal Cooper

This week’s discussion involves Diane Sare of the Manhattan Project and engineer Hal Cooper, and focuses on the necessary change to be made in HOW Americans think. China’s Belt and Road Initiative is setting a new standard in the world by solving problems with economic development, rather than with warfare. The optimism being generated by their endeavor is akin to the optimism JFK once inspired in Americans. On the anniversary of his 100th birthday on May 29, that optimism must be revived if we are to solve the economic crisis facing the United States, including the infrastructure crisis especially hitting NYC’s transportation system this summer.

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