Kicking off the series on October 18th, we’ll be tackling affordable housing in south Florida – a topic that many believe is one of our most pressing issues. From there we’ll be be addressing what is the future of public education? So save the date for February 28th. And on May 2nd, we’ll complete our year of programming with a deep dive on should Florida have open primaries and allow all registered voters to vote – despite political affiliation. It won’t be the same without you as a part of the conversation.
We’re taking a dive into the economics of education. What is the impact of the privatization on the public education system and what effects does it have on the different types of population it’s serving.
The youth in Montgomery helped achieve the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The youth in Birmingham led the Birmingham movement. The youth in Selma sustained their movement. The youth in South Africa assisted liberation. Unfolding in real-time the youth all over the United States, led by survivors of the Parkland shooting, is calling for action. Are the young voices being heard? Does their voice and vote count? Will change ultimately occur?
Do we need more government intervention or does the private sector need to take the lead and provide housing options for their employees? What are we to do?