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Explainer: How Civic Education Prepares Students for Civic Participation

Think back to your middle school and high school social studies classes. What do you remember? Most of us can recall learning about past presidents, wars […]


Explainer: How Does the Electoral College Work?

It is not uncommon for people to be confused by the electoral college, how it works and the effect that it has on our U.S. elections, […]


Explainer: How Celebrities Influence the Voting Process

One would think that once the voting age had been lowered to 18, voter participation would have skyrocketed in the 1972 U.S presidential election. That wasn’t […]


Explainer: How Generational Bias Affects Youth Voting

At the peak of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, tensions were high, social media was buzzing and everyone seemed to have a strong opinion about at […]

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Explainer: What is Voter Purging?

According to the Brennan Center, “Voter purges are an often-flawed process of cleaning up voter rolls by deleting names from registration lists.” Voter purging is just […]

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Explainer: How Voting Machines Have Changed

For a few seconds it’s just you and your thoughts. You’re in the voting booth and you have the right and the power to decide who […]


Explainer: Women’s Right to Vote

Voting is at the very core of an American’s rights. A vote voices who Americans want to represent them in decisions that will affect themselves, their […]


Explainer: Why Should I Vote?

If you’re 18 to 24-years-old and think that your vote won’t make a difference, this blog is for you. Imagine how many people have said this […]


Explainer: History of Voting & Generational Differences

Voting in the U.S. is a process that has been around for centuries. Through the years there have been many advancements and changes to the voting […]


Explainer: The Voting Process

Many young adults – 18-29 years old – don’t exercise their right to vote. For some, politics is too confusing and too difficult to understand. This […]

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Youth Voters Unite is a transmedia storytelling project produced by senior Communication majors at Cabrini University. Students in Senior Convergence: Media for Social Justice are reporting this academic year on the voting process and voting justice topics. Their goal is to educate youth voters on the importance of engaging in the political process and claiming their right to shape their own future. 


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