Young People Were Already Worried | Vali Nasr | The Novel Outbreak

May 18 , 2020 | COVID-19

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Young People Were Already Worried | Vali Nasr


Before the pandemic, youth around the world were pushing for change⁠— seeking clean air, equity, and good governance⁠— then a health crisis struck. So, what does the future look like for youth now? Johns Hopkins Professor Vali Nasr sits down with our host James Chau to discuss solving systemic issues and finding hope for the future.


Part 1: Young People Were Already Worried 

Part 2: Responsibility Runs Two Ways

Part 3: Global Repercussions

 

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