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From the Ashes of Capitalism, The ‘Next System’ Seeks To Rise

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:

There is a growing consensus that the crisis facing us across multiple fronts: environmental justice, racial justice, wealth inequality and more are both interconnected and systemic, meaning that Capitalism not only has no answers for these crisis, but these myriad crisis themselves are built into the system. Dana Brown, the National Teach-Ins Coordinator for the Next System project, joins Dennis for an interview about the end of capitalism and navigates the “reform or revolution” framework during the height of primary season.

Listen to the full podcast here.

Publication date: 2016-04-15
Parent publication: Acronym TV
Publication URL: https://acronymtv.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/from-the-ashes-of-capitalism-the-next-system-seeks-to-rise-the-acronym-podcast-08/

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