I’m finishing up Climate Girls Saving Our World, which includes Gen Z girls from every inhabited continent. Readers learn about regional issues, Gen Z, and activism. To see an exam copy email email@example.com.
Brave: Young Women’s Global Revolution. Vol. 1 reports on young women’s global issues and Vol. 2 on regional issues, based on surveys of 4,000 young people from 88 countries. It’s a Nautilus Book Award winner.
Also see Resist: Goals and Tactics for Changemakers
More than anything, Mr. O’Rourke has made clear that he will not modulate his politics, betting that he can energize and activate nonvoters from past years, particularly younger ones, with left-wing authenticity and genial hustle. It is a model being pursued by progressives across the country, often with considerable success. Most recently, Andrew Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, Fla., won an upset victory in that state’s Democratic primary for governor with a similar message of unflinching liberalism and generational change.
Mr. O’Rourke has defined the philosophy with a line borrowed from Jim Hightower, a prominent activist and commentator who was once Texas agriculture commissioner: “The only thing you’ll find in the middle of the road,” Mr. O’Rourke said in Houston recently, “are yellow lines and dead armadillos.”
Today’s youth are caring, engaged political actors
By Gayle Kimball, opinion contributor to The Hill— 10/14/17 11:00 AM EDT
My article generated lots of nasty right wing comments, hope you’ll make comments as well.