This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Leslie Corbly, Zachary Yost, Elizabeth Grace Matthew and Jared Crawford.
Anyone who’s taken a DNA test has likely wondered how secure their DNA is. Leslie Corbly weighs in on who owns your DNA and why the state should tread carefully.
The U.S. government has directed significant military aid to Ukraine and has made similar promises to the government of Taiwan. Zachary Yost says U.S. policymakers must remember that Taiwan is not Ukraine.
Transgender ideology is taking aim at long dead historical figures to rewrite history with a more inclusive slant. Elizabeth Grace Matthew says author Louisa May Alcott was not a man, she was a woman ahead of her time.
When information was requested from the Kentucky governor’s office regarding covid school closures, the governor denied most of those requests. Jared Crawford explains that the question now is whether the governor violated the Open Records Act.
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