src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1282317878596096&ev=PageView&noscript=1" />

GP In The News

The Leslie Marshall Show: Gun Violence Awareness Month 2021
June is gun violence awareness month, a time to reflect on the gun violence epidemic that plagues this country and disproportionately harms Black and Brown communities. Last year—a year that saw many Americans struggling with loss of family and friends,
Read more ›
Read more
Source: www.newsweek.com
Read on Newsweek.com: Exclusive: Chris Evans Was Captain America. Now He Wants to Help Gen Z Reshape US Politics
Seeing that these sorts of efforts can swing elections and affect policy, Gen Zs have become all the more politically engaged—and impatient. “They don’t want to see that politicians are trying, and they don’t want to achieve moral victories,” says
Read more ›
Read more
The Leslie Marshall Show: Pride Month + LGBTQ Youth
Guest hosts Edwith Theogene and Charlotte Hancock kick off Pride Month 2021 with a Generation Progress takeover of the Leslie Marshall Show focused on issues impacting young LGBTQ people. Joined by Sam Brinton, vice president of advocacy and government affairs at
Read more ›
Read more

Advisories, Statements and Releases

Event Advisory: #CancelStudentDebt Voices Project Story Delivery Event, Featuring Opening Remarks from Alyssa Milano and Senator Schumer
#CancelStudentDebtVoices Project  Wednesday, June 9, 2020 at 4:00 PM ET Open to the press. Register or join here. Two months ago, NAACP Youth & College Division, Student Debt Crisis, Center for Responsible Lending, Generation Progress, NextGen America, and Young Invincibles
Read more ›
Read more
STATEMENT: One Year After the Murder of George Floyd, Generation Progress Demands Action on Systemic Racism in Policing
On May 25, 2020—exactly one year ago, today—George Floyd was murdered by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. After a highly publicized trial that was deeply traumatic for witnesses, Floyd’s family and Black Americans across the country, Chauvin was found
Read more ›
Read more
STATEMENT: Recent College Affordability Proposals Represent Hope for a Future Without Student Debt
Over the past week, four different proposals have been released that share a common goal: to make college affordable and accessible and prevent students from having to choose between obtaining higher education and going into debt, which has lifelong ramifications
Read more ›
Read more

Get updates on these issues and more! Sign up to receive email updates on the latest actions, events, and updates impacting 18- to 35-year-olds.