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Atlanta book launch for What Then Must We Do?

Fighting for a new systemic vision

Democracy Collaborative co-founder Gar Alperovitz began his national book tour in Atlanta, with a presentation and panel discussion with local community wealth builders, co-sponsored by the Partnership for Southern Equity and Georgia Stand Up, and held at the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site.

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