Why teens rule

Teens, the younger versions we grew from, have the capacity to change the world if they wanted to.

Greta Thunberg, 16, now a globally respected voice speaking for climate change.

Billie Eilish, 17, a musician about to break world records and change the sound of the current music industry.

Emma Gonzalez, 19, sparking real conversation and momentum on American gun violence.

And many more.

It’s amazing how much young adults can accomplish with the time they’ve been given, despite the amounts of experience they don’t yet have (the very same experience we would be required of if we were applying for job titles).

The “naïveté” we believe younger people have too much of, is what more of us need to move the needle and make the moves we want to make.

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