Op-ed: Gen Z is our best hope for peaceful politics, so let’s stop dismissing them
“Young people not only exist to represent the future of the country. We are here to effect change so that our country may have a future,” student activist Connor Kalahiki told the Center for Law and Social Policy.
“This past election, we overwhelmingly voted for Joe Biden, cementing our place as a critical voting bloc,” Kalahiki said. “Despite our efforts, the issues we face are not prioritized. We face high unemployment rates, mental health crises, and injustice environmentally, socially, and economically — the pandemic has only exacerbated this reality. We cannot be ignored anymore.”
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