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On Thursday, January 31, the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network is celebrating the launch of Government By and For Millennial America, a new report on Millennial attitudes toward government and their proposals to reform it, with a discussion panel and reception in Washington, D.C. The report, a visionary publication that engaged over 1,000 young people and 40 student writers from across the country, serves as a generational action plan for 21st century government. Click here to RSVP for one or both of the events listed below.
1. Creating a Government By and For Millennial America (panel discussion)
Where: Center for American Progress
When: Thursday, January 31, 4:00 p.m.
Moderator: Anne Johnson, Director of Campus Progress
Panelists include Aaron Smith, Co-founder and National Director of Young Invincibles; Eric Mill, Developer and International Program Officer at Sunlight Foundation; Liz Stokes, Senior at University of Pennsylvania and Lead Author for Government By and For Millennial America; and Taylor Jo Isenberg, National Director of Roosevelt Campus Network.
2. Toast the unveiling of Government By and For Millennial America