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Oxford + Online: Bernie Sanders in conversation with Owen Jones


At a special event, live at Oxford Playhouse and livestreamed globally, Bernie Sanders will be in conversation with Owen Jones.

Over the course of his 40-year political career, Sanders has twice stood for the Democratic presidential nomination, gaining prominence for his passionate leadership of the progressive movement. The longest-serving independent in US Congress, he has fought for universal healthcare, workers’ rights, the abolition of student fees and the anti-war movement.

In his new book, "It`s OK to be Angry About Capitalism", Sanders takes on the 1%, arguing that uncontained greed has fuelled a system rigged against ordinary people. Our economic order allows three billionaires to control more wealth than the bottom half of our society, the super-rich can buy elections, and our energy system rewards the very corporations causing the climate crisis. How can we allow this? And what is the way forward?

Join Sanders in conversation with Owen Jones, as he presents his vision for fundamental economic and political change – arguing that this is not an utopian fantasy, but democracy as we should know it.

You can join this event in-person at Oxford Playhouse, 11-12 Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2LW, or via the livestream. Tickets are £25 to attend the event, or £10 to watch it online. If you live in the UK you can also order a copy of Its OK to be Angry About Capitalism with your ticket.

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5pm GMT | 6pm CET | 9am PST | 12pm EST

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If you are unable to join at the time of streaming, this event will be available to watch on demand in the days following. A link to the recording will be sent to all ticket holders.

Bernie Sanders in conversation with Owen Jones
Sunday 26 February 2023, 5pm–6.30pm GMT
Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, OX1 2LW

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