- Counterpoint Radio
Counterpoint Radio interviews our National Next System Teach-Ins Coordinator Dana Brown to discuss the recent developments to bring a discussion on systemic change to communities across the U.S.
- Acronym TV
The Next System Project Teach-In Coordinator Dana Brown joins Acronym TV's weekly podcast with Dennis Trainor, Jr. to discuss how teach-ins provide a platform for debate and discussion on a new economy:
- U.S. Uncut
Since most young people under the age of 50 favor socialism over capitalism, it should come as no surprise that this cultural change is manifesting at universities. This article highlights some of the major movements currently taking place at universities, including the Next System Project Teach-Ins, to be held nationwide in Spring 2016.
Submitted by mstearn on October 7th, 2015
Deputy Director, The Next System Project
Dana comes to the Democracy Collaborative with 15 years of experience in community organizing, project management and human rights advocacy. She has worked throughout the US, Latin America and the Middle East supporting communities organized in resistance to neoliberal economic reforms, imperialism and structural violence.
She joined the Democracy Collaborative in 2015 for the launch of the Next System Teach-Ins drawing on her experience with the Democracy Teach-Ins of the 90s and other popular education efforts related to the peace and social justice movements she has participated in for the last two decades.
Dana holds a B.A. in Sociology from Cornell University and a Masters in International Relations and Peace Studies from the Universidad del Salvador (Argentina). She has previously served as the Executive Director of the US Office on Colombia, the board chair of Peace Brigades International, and was a founding member of Witness Against Torture, a movement to shut down the detention center at Guantanamo Bay and end the use of torture and indefinite detention at all US-run facilities.
She owes her political education (and so much more) to the Catholic Worker and the liberation theology-inspired movements of Latin America.
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