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June 9, 2020

10 World-Changing Ways to Support Your Community from Quarantine

Is life in lockdown leaving you feeling helpless in the fight against Covid-19? Thankfully, with these 10 accessible deeds, physical distance doesn’t have to mean social disconnection. 

Victoria Wilson


October 13, 2019

Five Things I Learned From Visiting NPR North Texas

Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with fellow journalists at KERA, the local National Public Radio and Public Broadcasting Service station in my community. Here are the five most important tips I learned on my visit:

Lillie Davidson

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January 14, 2017

Politically Aware Teens: Here's How you Can Make an Impact

 It’s never too early to start making a difference in people’s lives and an impact on the world. Here are five ways you can become politically active.

Makayla Gubbay


November 11, 2019

How to Plan a Protest: a Step-by-Step Guide

With teen-led movements like March for our Lives and FridaysForFuture, youth leaders have caused millions of people from around the world to take action. “We’re able to respond quicker and we just bring a new perspective that wasn't there before.” 

Claire Donoghue

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August 11, 2019

Why Attending the Girl Up Leadership Summit is a Must For Young Girls Looking to Change the World Together

Making a difference takes a village. At the Girl Up leadership summit, you’ll find that village in three days.

Adina Siff

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November 11, 2019

Sian Clifford Shares her Insights on Female Empowerment and the Acting Industry

Emmy Nominee and Fleabag Star Sian Clifford talks about women's rights, the importance of collaboration, and how to navigate the acting industry in an exclusive RevNow interview.

Elizabeth Bratton

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June 23, 2018

Here's What it Takes to Run an Activist Organization as a Teenager

The teens behind the Champaign-Urbana Student Activism Organization tell Revolution Now what it takes to be a student activist.

Amalie J