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The Youth Vote
27 minutes | 21 hours ago
Ep. 1 Education in America: The History You Never Learned in School
Today's guests include:Dr. Theodoros Zervas, Professor of Education, North Park UniversityDr. Jean Ruffin; Professor of Leadership, Research and School Improvement; University of West GeorgiaDr. Bradley Poos, Associate Director, Institute for Urban Education, University of Missouri Kansas CityVance Blackfox, Director of Public Relations, National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition
13 minutes | 7 days ago
First-Time Georgia Voter Claudia Gomez Talks Recent Elections
Claudia Gomez is a college student in Georgia. She shares why she decided to vote for the fist time in 2020. She talks with host Isaac Goff-Mitchell about what it was like experiencing the shift from red to blue in the November and January elections in the state.
23 minutes | 22 days ago
COVID School Check-In & Youth Voter Activism Ft. Raaheela Ahmed
Links:Follow The Youth Vote on TwitterFollow The Youth Vote on InstagramCampus Vote ProjectFollow Raaheela on Twitter
33 minutes | a month ago
Analyzing Brazilian Politics With Hosts Of 'Brazil Nuts' Podcast
Follow @BrazilNutsPod on Twitter.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Flipping A Red Missouri District Blue Ft. Betsy Fogle
Representative Fogle is available via email at Betsy@Fogle4MO.com and can be found on Twitter @Fogle4MO
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Progressive Campaigning In Rural Districts Ft. Alaina Swope
Alaina is on Twitter @alainaswope
25 minutes | 3 months ago
Addressing Climate Change and Housing with Councilmember James Coleman
Last month, James Coleman won his race for South San Francisco's City Council, making him the youngest ever elected member, and the first openly LGBTQ+ as well as the first openly Socialist Democrat. Councilmember Coleman's priorities include addressing climate change, expanding affordable housing and demilitarizing the South San Francisco Police Department and diverting a portion of department funds to other public initiatives like universal pre-K.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
The Supreme Court And Its Impact On Our Future Ft. David Larocque
Listen to Sirens Of Progress here: https://open.spotify.com/show/7EUk25AyHtTBLzgyaw5I6g?si=XjH-4j51QXKlzK6CzcskNg
22 minutes | 3 months ago
U.S. Youth Climate Strike Founder Haven Coleman
At 14 years old, Haven Coleman is the youngest guest The Youth Vote has had. She's been a climate activist since she was 10 years old. Whether shaking things up at local town hall meetings, organizing with Al Gore and young activists from around the world, or striking every Friday from school, Haven is determined to use her voice to shape the future of climate policy.
17 minutes | 4 months ago
Kansas House Rep. Candidate Christina Haswood
Christina Haswood is the candidate running unopposed for Kansas' House of Representatives, District 10. At 26, she'll be the youngest sitting member of the state legislature, and the third-ever Native American legislator. With a background in public health, she plans to work to expand Medicaid in her state. She also talks about the importance of Native representation in politics.
2 minutes | 4 months ago
Important Update 10/19/2020
A quick update for our audience on what to expect from The Youth Vote moving forward.
23 minutes | 5 months ago
Ep. 5 Voting in America: Get Out (Or Stay In) and Vote!
Today's guest:Juliet Beckstrand, Political Researcher for Crooked Media's Vote Save America. Special reappearances from:Alex Keyssar, Professor of History and Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Gilda Daniels, Law Professor at University of Baltimore & author of Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America.Jellie Duckworth, Community Organizer with Vote KC.Mariann Penska, Community Activist & Board Member on the Butler County Board of Elections
29 minutes | 5 months ago
Ep. 4 Voting in America: The Problem Solvers
Today's guests include:Mariann Penska: Community Activist & Board Member on the Butler County Board of ElectionsCarleigh Lameman: Youth Coordinator, Seeding SovereigntyJellie Duckworth: Community Organizer with Vote KC
22 minutes | 6 months ago
Ep. 3 Voting in America: Voting Eligible Nonvoters
Today's guests include:Alex Boutros, Organizing Manager with Chicago Votes.Jen Dean, Deputy Director with Chicago Votes.D. M., new voter in Kansas City, Missouri.Bridget Junker, new voter in Muncie, Indiana.
24 minutes | 6 months ago
Ep. 2 Voting in America: Modern-Day Attacks on Voting Rights
Today's guests include:Dr. Christina Rivers, Political Science Professor at DePaul University.Gilda Daniels, Law Professor at University of Baltimore & author of Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America.Jay Austin, Community Organizer with Vote KC.Marquis McKenzie, Statewide Chapter and Leadership Coordinator for Florida Rights Restoration Coalition.
20 minutes | 6 months ago
Ep. 1 Voting in America: The History You Never Learned in School
Today's guests include:Eliza Canty-Jones, public historian at the Oregon Historical Society.Alex Keyssar, Professor of History and Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Jan Dilg, historian with the Oregon Women's History Consortium
20 minutes | 6 months ago
Legislative Aide Tyler Travers
Tyler Travers talks about how he and his boss, Missouri State Representative Greg Razer, are preparing for their transition into the Missouri State Senate. He explained what a victory looks like for a democrat in a conservative trifecta state. Follow him @TylerTraversMO on Twitter.
23 minutes | 7 months ago
Activist Dominic Bordenaro
Discussion with voting rights activist Dominic Bordenaro.
24 minutes | 7 months ago
State Representative Ryan Fecteau
Discussion with Maine State Representative Ryan Fecteau. Follow him on Twitter @RyanFecteau
32 minutes | 7 months ago
State Representative Bride Rose Sweeney
Discussion with Ohio State Representative Bride Rose Sweeney.
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