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The Next System Project at Left Forum 2015

Community & Place Movement Strategy & History

Next System project co-chair Gar Alperovitz was joined by Maya Schenwar (editor-in-chief of Truthout and author of Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and How We Can Do Better), Ed Whitfield (co-Managing Director of the Fund for Democratic Communities), and Emily Kawano (Director of the Center for Popular Economics and the U.S. Solidarity Economy Network, co-director of the Wellspring Collaborative) for a discussion of systemic crisis and systemic solutions at the 2015 Left Forum.

 

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