YAH Day 100 April 30th Event Media Advisory

MEDIA ADVISORY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Dillon Bernard
Wednesday, April 21
(646) 948-3003

Day 100: Young People Speak Out And Address the Nation

On the 100th day of the Biden-Harris administration, young people are making their voices and priorities heard.

NEW YORK, NY — On the 100th day of the Biden-Harris administration, the Youth Action Hour campaign and over 25+ youth-serving organizations are gathering for Young People Address the Nation, a one-hour video special focused on discussing the key priorities of young people as we look forward to this pivotal turning point in this country. The event will feature over 30 young leaders who will cover three main themes: an overview of the first 100 days, post-COVID 19 economic recovery, and a State of the Youth Address.

WHAT: A youth-led digital video special focused on sharing youth insights, ending with a powerful State of the Youth Address that will feature a dozen youth leaders that will focus on the state of the union and hopes across the next year.

WHEN: Friday, April 30, 2021

WHERE: Available to stream at youthactionhour.org, YouTube, and Facebook starting April 30th at 7 am EDT. An interactive live watch party will stream on youthactionhour.org on April 30th at 7 pm EDT.

WHO: Produced and presented by Youth Action Hour in collaboration with over 25 youth-serving organizations.

About Youth Action Hour

Youth Action Hour is a youth-led media platform focused on amplifying the power of youth leaders across the country. Youth Action Hour produces short-form content at the intersection of education, policy, and advocacy. Through social media, its flagship segment The Future We Need, and an interactive town hall series, Youth Action Hour empowers our audience to take meaningful actions to mobilize our communities.

 

Youth Action Hour partners include A New Deal for Youth, Alliance for Youth Action, American Youth Policy Forum, Aspen Institute Forum For Community Solutions, BridgeUSA, Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), Common Defense, Content By Us, Corridor Community Action Network, Future Coalition, MyPath, NAACP Youth & College Division, National Youth Employment Coalition, Opportunity Youth United, Our Climate Voices, Policy Initiatives Institute, Power Shift Network, Pride In Running, Revolution Coalition, The Center for Native American Youth, The Forum for Youth Investment/SparkAction, The Greater Good Initiative, Think of Us, Trellis, and Youth Jobs Connect.

For more information, visit youthactionhour.org.

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