1. In order to start including young people in policy discussions, we have to begin to change the way that we frame our conversations about youth in America. We have to trust our youth, and that starts with listening to their stories. We have to begin to change the way we view the potential of young people, and how we can create equitable opportunities that harness the abundance of talent in our most valuable resource. The day young people are seen as equally capable of collaborating in policy solutions will be the day ageism is not widely expressed in the United States of America. For a nation as “young” as the United States, it’s time we start acting like it.
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