This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Oluwabukola Adimula, Aaron Pomerantz, Sofia Hamilton, and Marcos Falcone.

It’s been 20 years since the Maputo Protocol on the rights of women in Africa was adopted by the African Union. Oluwabukola Adimula explains how the promise of this agreement remains unfulfilled.

The quest for the Republican presidential nomination for 2024 is becoming a psychological game between the candidates. Aaron Pomerantz reveals why, in an honor fight, Ron Desantis is losing.

Residents of certain high-crime areas are finding it increasingly difficult to protect themselves. Sofia Hamilton wonders, why won’t retailers mail pepper spray to crime-ridden DC?

After suffering under left-wing administrations, Argentina is headed towards elections that could offer a change in course. Marcos Falcone notes that the left is losing strength as Argentina’s presidential race kicks off.

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