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Introducing Season 3 of Another Way

Season 3, Episode 1 | June 7, 2019
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Introducing Season 3 of Another Way

How will we make fundamental democracy reform a key part of election 2020? Join us to find out.

Music:
Roundpine by Blue Dot Sessions
Noe Noe by Blue Dot Sessions
Vengeful by Blue Dot Sessions

Post-production:
Josh Elstro of Elstro Production

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