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October 20, 2023

Education and Criminal Justice Advocate Begins Race for Oklahoma State Senate

"I feel really compelled personally — that I have a responsibility to be a part of making our community better," Brewer said.

October 19, 2023

City Council Member At-Large Jim Harrity is Worried About the Opioid Crisis

Jim Harrity, a Philadelphia City Councilmember up for reelection this November, believes the opioid crisis is a critical conflict for the city's future, but he also has a solution for combatting it.

Host of Climate Town filming episode in NYC

July 11, 2023

Opinion: A Potent Cocktail for Change: Mixing Advocacy Journalism With Comedy

Comedian Rollie Williams uses his YouTube channel to make climate change funny and actionable. He's got a degree in climate science, so you know he's straight up legit.

April 25, 2023

Opinion: The Saudi Arabia-Iran Peace Agreement Could Affect How AIPAC Lobbies Against Iran

(LOS ANGELES) — The American Israel Public Affairs Committee [AIPAC] is potentially the most influential pro-Israel lobbying group in the […]

April 18, 2023

Santiago Mayer: Mobilizing The Political Power of Gen Z

Santiago Mayer is a 21-year-old political activist who immigrated to the United States from Mexico in 2017. Inspired by global politics and the Muslim Ban, Mayer began speaking out on Twitter and has become a prominent figure in the world of Gen Z activism. He founded Voters of Tomorrow, an organization aimed at educating and engaging young people and ensuring that they are politically represented. Despite facing challenges and criticism for his age, Mayer remains committed to his cause and the next generation of youth activists. But what drives the passion of this young leader to make a difference in politics today?