Wednesday, January 27 • 5:30-7pm ET

A youth-led, solutions-oriented discussion on where we go from here

Thanks for joining us for The Four Years We Need, a youth-led virtual panel discussion designed for young leaders and key adult allies. This post-inauguration event is dedicated to where young people will take our energy from here, starting with holding the Biden-Harris administration accountable around the critical issues that impact young people.

  • Diagnosing the Problem: Historical Context and Overview of Issue Areas (featuring Anushka Joshi, GEN-ZiNE; Kimberly Pham, Opportunity Youth United & National Council of Young Leaders; Alejandro Ortiz, American Friends Service Committee Iowa; Daniel Rosebud, The GReY Project; Lexi James, Hopi Foundation)
  • Spoken word performances (featuring young artists Natalia Pena, Jocelyn Gama, Israel Juarez, and Matthew Marroquín)
  • Data Informed Policy: Why We Need a New Deal for Youth (featuring Dr. Nia West Bey, Senior Policy Analyst at CLASP)
  • The Last Four Years & The Four Years We Need (featuring Anushka Joshi, GEN-ZiNE; Cody Hounanian, Student Debt Crisis Organizer; Anima Salahou, Black Lives Matter Organizer)
  • Solutions & Accountability Big and Small (featuring Mary Ellen Wiggins, The Forum for Youth Investment; Gerod Blue, The Forum for Youth Investment & Reconnecting Youth Campaign; Cailin Lansang, Content By Us & SparkAction)
  • Nothing for Us Without Us: #YouthInGov (featuring Merrit Jones, Student Voice; Jazmin Kay, 18by.Vote; Bo Machayo, Northern Virginia Regional Director for Sen. Mark Warner)