Calling All Young People: Let’s Pass the For the People Act

Young people belong on the frontlines of the anti-corruption movement to pass the For the People Act.

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The For the People Act was filibustered by the Senate, and its passing is crucial for everyone, especially young people. Young people are impacted by our corrupt government in more ways than they know, and they will have to live with the consequences of our failing democracy for decades to come if the bill doesn’t pass.

That’s why RepresentUs is hosting a Youth Policy Panel to educate young people about this landmark anti-corruption bill and political corruption write large while amplifying youth voices in our democracy. 

When: Join us on Zoom at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT on Thursday, July 29th. 

Where: Right from your computer! 

Why: Hear from youth activists and policy experts about the For the People Act and pressing socio-political issues relevant to young people today and learn how you can help save our democracy. 

Join us on Zoom, Thursday, July 29th to hear from our guest speakers about youth activism and learn about the For the People Act.

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