This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Benita Ezumezu, Donald Kimball, Ryan Bercaw, and Amanda Griffiths.
The Information Age has brought many positive changes to Africa but there is ample room for improvement. Benita Ezumezu explains how technology can help address gender inequality.
Higher gas prices are hitting everyone with a strong dose of reality right now. Donald Kimball says for Washington state residents, it’s becoming clear that Governor Inslee was less than honest about the true cost of his carbon cap and trade program.
Government policy that lacks a clear message is like a high performance car without wheels. According to Ryan Bercaw, the US government’s China policy is missing something essential.
Trouble may be brewing at your neighborhood Starbucks store. Amanda Griffiths has the details on how Biden’s National Labor Relations Board is stonewalling workers seeking solutions to securing their rights.
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