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The Next System Project statement on systemic crisis

Movement Strategy & History

Download a PDF version of It’s Time to Face the Depth of the Systemic Crisis We Confront, our statement on the need for a national discussion and debate on systemic solutions, signed initially at our launch by over 350 leading scholars, activists, community advocates, business leaders, labor organizers, and policy makers.

 

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