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Source: www.denverpost.com
Read in the Denver Post: The Calwood and Left Hand fires drove me from my home. We must all become climate voters.
Coloradans need our elected leaders to believe in climate science and believe in the urgency of this issue. We deserve policies that reflect that climate change impacts all of us, in ways that we may or may not realize. I
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The Leslie Marshall Show: How Young People Are Getting Involved In The Georgia Senate Runoffs
On the Generation Progress takeover of the Leslie Marshall Show, guest hosts Edwith Theogene and Charlotte Hancock are joined by Krys White, a political consultant and the former National Black Youth Vote Manager at NextGen America and Dominik Whitehead, the national political
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Source: youthtoday.org
Read on Youth Today: What a Biden-Harris Administration Means For Gun Violence Epidemic
It will not be easy, but if it puts in the necessary work, the Biden-Harris administration may ultimately be known as the administration that put us on the pathway to stopping the cycle of gun violence, trauma and harm and
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Advisories, Statements and Releases

STATEMENT: Generation Progress Ready to Work with Biden-Harris Administration on Behalf of Young Americans
Yesterday, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris took their oaths of office to begin their tenures as president and vice president of the United States. Their inauguration marks a turning point for our country and comes at a
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STATEMENT: Gensler, Chopra Nominations Signal New Era for Student Loan Borrowers, Financial Regulation, and Consumer Protection
Washington, D.C. — This week, President-elect Biden announced his intent to nominate Gary Gensler as the next chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Rohit Chopra as the next director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. After his
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EVENT ADVISORY: The 2020 Youth Vote: What the Shifting Makeup of the Country Means for Future Elections
Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 11am-12pm ET Though the final data is not yet available, it is clear that young voters between the ages of 18 and 35 turned out in massive, potentially record-breaking numbers in this election—sending a message to
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