This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Mike Viola, Abdullah Tijani, Jeff Luse, and Leslie Corbly.

Credit cards can be a mixed blessing. They’re convenient enough to get us to spend money we’ll have to pay back yet they also offer some worthwhile perks. Mike Viola says market competition is improving credit cards for everyone.

The philanthropic giving that goes to Africa is hindering more than it is helping. Abdullah Tijani explains how Africans must break the dependence and learn how to build their own economies.

The development of small, modular nuclear reactors is a huge opportunity for energy hungry nations around the world. Jeff Luse shares the lessons from Poland’s nuclear energy renaissance

Finding the sweet spot between digital privacy and public safety isn’t easy. Leslie Corbly weighs in on a bill in Utah that seeks to establish that balance.

ABOUT MOVING FORWARD: Young Voices sponsors a weekly radio show for our contributors to discuss pressing policy issues and their latest work. Moving Forward with Young Voices is hosted by Bryan Hyde and broadcasts on Radio St. George 100.3FM (KDXI-LP), a terrestrial radio station in Utah. It is also available to stream as a podcast on over 40 platforms including Podbean, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube.

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