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The Next World: A Podcast About Building Movements
The Next World: A Podcast About Building Movements
Looking at poor people’s movements in the U.S., through activism, art, culture, and journalism. From National Economic and Social Rights Initiative.
Guest Episode! The Next System Podcast
by National Economic and Social Rights Initiative

This month we are excited to host a podcast from our friends at The Next System Podcast, published by The Next System Project. This episode features the podcast’s host, Adam Simpson, discussing a wide range of policy proposals with his colleagues that aim to transform the economy, from public ownership of banks to a national housing guarantee and beyond. This conversation offers a strong rebuttal to the neoliberal conception of “wish-list economics” that tells working people that they’re asking for too much. You can follow The Next System Project at thenextsystem.org/podcast.

Stay subscribed, and get ready for our second season, featuring more ideas and strategies for movement building.

Thank you to Jesse Strauss for audio mixing and editing season one.

Intro and end music for this episode from https://filmmusic.io:”Too Cool” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Licence: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

You can read more about the issues we explore on our podcast and much more on NESRI.org, the website of the National Economic and Social Rights Initiative.

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Guest Episode! The Next System Podcast
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4: Kristina Kay Robinson and Ashana Bigard on Education Reform, the School to Prison Pipeline, and Home
3: Max Rameau and Rob Robinson on Community Control of Police, Land, and Resources
2: Sarah Lazare and Zakiya Sankara-Jabar on Reparations, the Green New Deal, and the School to Prison Pipeline
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