Edgar Cahn '56: Social Justice and Systems Change

Edgar Cahn '56 discusses a lifetime of experience in social justice work with low-income communities, juvenile justice, Native American rights, and legal services. He also created the concept of "time banking" and founded the Time Dollar Youth Court in Wash., D.C., one of the largest in the country.

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Edgar Cahn '56 discusses a lifetime of experience in social justice work with low-income communities, juvenile justice, Native American rights, and legal services. He also created the concept of "time banking" and founded the Time Dollar Youth Court in Wash., D.C., one of the largest in the country. His lecture begins at 3:56 after a brief introduction.