This week's article of Crain's Chicago Business features a story showing how girls are becoming high powered social activists.
articles in the past showing how young people can take on activist roles, motivating adults to do more than what they do now to help kids have safe places, good schools, and access to jobs and careers.
All of the graphics and videos shown on this blog, and this page, were done by college interns. However, these could have been done by middle school and high school students.
Let's recruit more young people to create and lead campaigns that make mentor rich youth programs available in all of the high poverty neighborhoods where the are needed.