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Attendees of the Cultivating Possibilities White House Summit

The first-ever interagency Youth Policy Summit marks a critical step in acknowledging the importance of creating spaces for intergenerational and interdisciplinary collaboration.

As digital natives, Gen Z is most familiar with navigating social media and digital platforms and should have a prominent role in co-creating policies, including KOSA, that impact them directly.

Multiracial group of teenagers using their cell phones at high school.

Federal and state leaders must take a more nuanced and evidence-based approach to policies that support young people. The window to act is upon us.

illustration of a black woman with a megaphone text says power to youth

It is important to make clear our collective understanding of how intertwined a variety of issues are with youth mental health and well-being so that we can co-create solutions with young people.

Jaiden Singh on purple circle background with text reading his name and contributor active minds

Changing the conversation around mental health requires advocacy at every level. We partnered with Active Minds to share this important content about the role youth and young adults play in mental health legislation.