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Our economic, political and social systems are based on histories of oppression and privilege. This includes corporate influence in politics, enforced neo-liberal policies, and disenfranchisement of the people.
Systemic problems require systemic solutions. The alternatives are emerging, and they are only called radical because they challenge the status quo.
We take a systems approach to solving problems and work to make radical systems commonplace.
From patriarchy to feminism, from ableism to inclusion, from heteronormativity to gender nonconformity, from competition to cooperation, from unjust to radical systems
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