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Apocalyptic and Revolutionary Education in Times of Pandemic

After the crash of 2009 came the uprisings beginning a so-called “Arab Spring”, the city square occupations of the Indignados, and the Occupy movement. What would Wayne Gretzky[1] do today, facing the currently unknown aftermath of the historic Covid-19 pandemic crash? What should popular movements do under the historically unprecedented circumstances we face today? How should we move from historic crisis of the system to revolutionary transformation now?

The Democracy Collaborative appropriately frames the issues and suggests a practical, visionary approach:

“We are in a bewildering and unstable time. Our collective response to COVID-19—even though it may prove inadequate to protect the millions that will die if our healthcare system is overwhelmed—has already brought the economy to the edge of standstill.”

Read the entire article at CounterPunch.

Publication date: 2020-03-31
Parent publication: CounterPunch
Publication URL: https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/03/31/apocalyptic-revolutionary-education-in-times-of-pandemic/

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