Videos from New Leaders Council
A Millennial Policy Institute fellow talks about how the campaign finance systems limit political candidates to those with the greatest access to money, and how those candidates' interests typically only serve other rich people, leading to corruption.
The founder of HireHarlem.com talks about gentrification, which displaces low-income residents from their own neighborhoods, and how to support small businesses and community efforts.
Advocating support for the needs of people living with Alzheimer's disease and their caretakers-- which tends to impact women of color the most-- and how investing in healthcare for our elderly benefits our economy.
How dismantling the Voting Rights Act infringes on our civil rights and democracy, and disenfranchises marginalized populations in order to maintain political status quo. How can we make voting easier for all?
How Democratic leaders on the national and local levels can re-engage with their communities to revitalize the party, including supporting more diverse and progressive candidates, and how to create real change.
The significance of the electoral college in Presidential elections, why every vote matters when it comes to local elections, and the direct impact of local politicians on their constituents from arts education to city planning.
Millennials are leading the charge in debates about economy, social justice and the democratic system. For over 10 years New Leaders Council has trained the next generation of leaders. Whether that is challenging current policies or pushing for new ones, these leaders are breaking barriers. Through various events at different chapters, and national policy conversations, NLC has empowered these millennials to seek change.
In addition, NLC's Fellows Institute is a highly selective and intensive training program for young progressive professionals. Bringing together training, mentoring, and networking, the NLC Institute is the key pathway into progressive entrepreneurship. Each year they look for young professionals with progressive passion and an entrepreneurial streak to join our class of fellows. The Institute lasts from January to June. A former fellow shared his experience on the Huffington post here.
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