Reddit and raging against the financial system

Shay Wright
Mon, 08 Feb 2021

Shay Wright
Mon, 08 Feb 2021
In social entrepreneurship, we are constantly looking for ways to bring about radical change to systems that no longer serve us. So being caught up in AMC over the last few weeks certainly has been interesting. It seems that 2020 may have brought on a new era of market dynamics. And it has come at such a necessary time. Whether capitalism is at fault or not, wealth inequality is a growing problem and our system serves the owners of capital, but not so much the average working class person. That was until ‘the great democrat...

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