The Great Pause: Normal *Was* The Crisis

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We are in the time of THE GREAT PAUSE. Where might we collectively go next?

In Part 1, we put a critical lens on the current failing system, showing why it doesn’t make sense to go back to the degenerative ‘abnormal normal’.

In Part 2, we zoom in on the possibilities of how we can solve our problems at the root cause level. The Covid-19 lockdown is a case-study that proves that we indeed can change society very quickly if we have a compelling reason to do so.

In Part 3, we examine how the Black Lives Matter movement utilizes The Three Pillars of Activism to enact change.

Learn More:

https://hackhumanity.net/

https://bit.ly/mother-of-all-hacks

https://worldsummit.global/

https://sto.envienta.com/

Part 1 was co-produced by Evan Wiley and the teams at WorldSummit, HackHumanity and Envienta.

Part 2 and 3 was written & narrated by Evan Wiley, Troy Wiley and Robert Schram & edited by Evan Wiley, with help from Jon Wiley, Gabor Kiss and József Veress.

Horizontal Governing: https://youtu.be/wywMhg604W8 | https://utopiacornucopia.org/

Explore the 3 pillars of activism: https://bit.ly/the3pillars

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