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Next System Teach-ins

Movement Strategy & History

We're helping bring the conversation around systemic crisis and systemic solutions to campuses and communities across the country this spring—read on below for some quick links to more information!

Inaugural teach-ins:

General info on Next System Project teach-ins:

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Ep. 1: Gar Alperovitz & Gus Speth on the Next System

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Prehistory

Why is the idea of prehistory important for thinking about systemic change? Are we in the prehistory of genuine systemic change, the prehistory of a Pluralist Commonwealth? read more