This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Connor Vasile, Arman Sidhu, Alyssa Noris, and Seohyun Lee.
The digital FedNow currency has been unveiled and will likely be marketed to the American public at an increasing rate. Connor Vasile spells out why the main thing wrong with FedNow is pretty much everything about it.
Opponents of school choice often conflate education savings accounts (ESAs) with vouchers. Arman Sidhu offers a defense of ESAs and what we can learn from Arizona’s example.
When airlines claim to be “carbon neutral,” who is going to verify that they’re telling the truth? Alyssa Norris explains the problem of green-washing the skies and why aviation needs climate accountability.
The Dissident Project is giving a voice to individuals who have lived under some of the most tyrannical regimes in the world. Seohyun Lee joins us to share her experiences of growing up in and then defecting from N. Korea.
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