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LIVESTREAM: NYC Convening Opening Plenary

Movement Strategy & History

Join us for the opening plenary of our NYC Convening, a 3-day event that unites community activists, economists, students, and visionaries of all types to envision what the “next system” will truly look like, and how we can build it together. The plenary will feature Next System Project co-chair Gar Alperovitz, CUNY Graduate Center distinguished fellow Frances Fox Piven, New Economy Project co-director Deyanira Del Rio, The Nation Senior Editor Sarah Leonard, Black Lives Matter activist Autumn Marie, and Fund for Democratic Communities co-managing director Ed Whitfield.

Watch it live here at 6:30pm EST on Thursday, March 11, 2016:

Or attend in person (Please RSVP here):

Thursday, March 10th, 2016
6:30pm EST
The Auditorium at The New School
66 W. 12th St.
New York, NY 10011

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