In recent TED Talk, author and activist talks about need to "picture the world that we're fighting for."
How can people today—who are facing "non-stop shocks" like record-breaking storms and militarized police—use these crises "to catalyze a kind of evolutionary leap" towards a more just, equitable, and habitable world?
In a recent TED Talk, available online this week, author and activist Naomi Klein laid out what she sees as two crucial ingredients for making that push forward—imagination and organizing. She said that "it's in the interplay between the two where revolutionary power lies."
She pointed to successes seen in The New Deal, which brought about key safety net gains. But we can do better, she argued.