This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Alexander Jelloian, Quinn Townsend, Eric Peterson and Sophia Worringer.
China foreign policy has included increasing its influence in Africa. Alexander Jelloian says America can’t ignore China’s growing role in African education.
Small modular nuclear reactors are a promising solution to the quest for clean energy. Quinn Townsend explains how West Virginia is opening the door to allow nuclear energy production in the state.
The cryptocurrency world has been rocked by the FTX token going under because its CEO stole billions of dollars. Eric Peterson offers some insights on what happened and what it means for cryptocurrencies.
International Men’s Day is November 19th. While this may cause some feminists to roll their eyes, Sophia Worringer says International Men’s Day is a feminist cause.
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