This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Cassandra Shand, Emily Schroen, Charles Brandt, and Finesse Moreno-Rivera.
Relations between the US and China include navigating the issue of artificial intelligence. Cassandra Shand says the G7 Summit in Hiroshima was a prime opportunity to tackle the issue of AI regulation.
Japan is one of a number of nations that have agreed to accept Ukrainian refugees. Emily Schroen shares the story of what one Ukrainian refugee had to say about the process.
School choice is a hot button issue in many states right now. Charles Brandt reminds us that the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision was also about school choice.
Body cams have been portrayed as a means of keeping the police accountable. Finesse Moreno-Rivera explains that body-worn cameras still don’t deter police violence.
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