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9 Ways Teachers Can Continue to Support Youth Voice While Building Civic Skills

Young people believing their voices matter is important to building engagement. The marches across the country on March 24th were an opportunity for some youth to use their voices. How can [...]

More Reasons to Support Teen Voices

This campaign was founded in the fall of 2017 upon the idea that teens bring valuable, needed and courageous voices to community issues and democracy, that those voices aren’t always supported, [...]

Students Watch and Respond to the State of the Union Address

(This is a guest post by Chanelle Ignant and originally ran on 22×20 partner KQED’s Education blog.) On January 30, Bay Area students joined KQED staff for a State of the Union Address [...]

2018 State of the Youth

This post is by Abby Kiesa, Director of Impact at CIRCLE Since this campaign is all about centering teens, we wanted to spread that message far and wide. This is why 22×20 partnered with Do [...]

Making the State of the Union Matter

This is a post by The LAMP Executive Director DC Vito Scrolling through my social media timelines on Tuesday January 30th, I saw more than a few individuals insist that the State of the Union [...]

Adlai E. Stevenson High School throws a #SOTU Action Party

Victor Shi is a Sophomore at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, IL. Here blogs his recap of the State of the Union Action party he attended Angela Davis once said, “It’s true that [...]

22X20 campaign event State of the Youth in Edsurge

We will have a more in depth blog post soon about the State of the Youth campaign event we held with Do Something and Ozy in Washington D.C. coming soon, but in the meantime check out the article [...]

Ziad Ahmed in Teen Vogue on why Youth Vote matters!

22X20 campaign advisor Zaid Ahmed recently had an editorial published in Teen Vogue: Pacific Press/Getty Images In this op-ed, Ziad Ahmed, a 19-year-old Yale University student and founder of [...]