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Queerness and the Next System: Opening Up the Discussion

Queerness and the Next System: Opening Up the Discussion

A comprehensive LGBTQ justice agenda will require that we delve far deeper than LGBTQ-specific legislation to address the structural inequities affecting constituencies of queer people within some of the most powerful institutions of US civic life. read more

Webinar: Toward a Caring Economy

What would it look like if the system in all of its dimensions – cultural, economic, political, environmental – focused on ensuring we have a healthy society and planet? What would it take so caring for people and nature is a top priority? read more
Kurdish Women Struggle for a Next System in Rojava

Kurdish Women Struggle for a Next System in Rojava

In order for women to be recognized as agents in society, the whole system needs to be changed. read more
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“Counting Care In” with Riane Eisler and Gus Speth [Webinar]

Measuring the real value of care is the cornerstone of the systemic changes needed to address the unfolding crises in our economic, political, and social world. read more
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Talking with Riane Eisler on Changing the Whole System

This interview with Riane Eisler—author, visionary economist, and President of the Center for Partnership Studies—covers her path to discovering the need for system change, and perspective on what it might look like. read more
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Resource: CODEPINK

CODEPINK is a women-led grassroots organization working to end U.S. wars and militarism, support peace and human rights initiatives, and redirect tax dollars into healthcare, education, green jobs and other life-affirming programs. read more