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The Next System Project sparks debate with inequality workshop

This University of Texas-Arlington local newspaper describes an event organized as part of the national Next System Project Teach-Ins initiative:

The workshop is part of a national initiative called The Next System Project, which has encouraged university students to discuss issues they are concerned about, said Ali Adil, president of the consortium and urban planning and public policy doctoral student. “We need to think about post-capitalist society and what might that look like,” Adil said… “The idea is to create momentum for some student-led organizing, which invites the attention of the larger community to issues that concern all of us,” he said… Read full article.

Publication date: 2016-04-20
Parent publication: The Shorthorn
Publication URL: http://www.theshorthorn.com/news/the-next-system-project-sparks-debate-with-inequality-workshop/article_d3638e06-0817-11e6-bba0-2b0aef55f46d.html

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