This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Harrison Griffiths, Emily Schroen, Zack Vucurevich, and Finesse Moreno-Rivera.
Great Britain is providing a good example of how the slippery slope regarding government policing of unpopular opinions can quickly become a cliff. Harrison Griffiths spells out why the state has no right to police speech.
The war in Ukraine has deeply affected its neighbor Poland as refugees have flowed across the border to escape the carnage. Emily Schroen says South Korea should be taking notes as a potential humanitarian crisis is brewing just across its Northern border.
The prospect of scientists bringing back an extinct animal like a woolly mammoth is an exciting prospect to many. Zack Vucurevich has 3 questions scientists should ask before they make such an attempt.
New York City’s official response to homelessness is a cause for concern to policymakers and advocates alike. Finesse Moreno-Rivera explains how Mayor Adam’s homeless policy won’t solve anything.
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