This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Connor Vasile, Ian Ching, Arman Sidu, and Sarah Anderson.
Free healthcare for everyone is an eye-catching promise but comes with some drawbacks. Connor Vasile says the United States shouldn’t imitate the U.K.’s nationalized approach.
Politicians have long turned a blind eye to China’s ongoing abuse of civil rights and surveillance activities. Ian Ching explains how American academia is helping to fund genocide and China’s campus surveilllance.
California recently decided to overhaul its math education framework. Arman Sidhu describes why the new framework could use a history lesson.
Now that 38 states have some form of legal cannabis, there is even more pressure to revisit federal laws that keep cannabis illegal. Sarah Anderson says the marijuana industry status quo is untenable.
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