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#GlobalYouth for #Guncontrol

If you are attending any organized protests on gun laws in the USA, AMP joins you in solidarity. Here we have crafted some no-guns-slogans for your protest signs that you can print and share! Choose your favorite one from the collection below and click to download. If you need to …

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The Kids Might Be All Right

There is a cycle that begins in the aftermath of mass shootings. There are thoughts and prayers from politicians. The media analyzes the shooter’s reasons, often with a focus on mental illness as the cause. Those promoting gun restrictions and gun laws are told it’s too soon to discuss gun …

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Now Hiring: Street Team

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Americans for Informed Democracy/AMP Global Youth is seeking a dynamic alum who’s an easy communicator and comfortable in front of the camera for our newest assignment: the Street Team!  Street Team members play an important role creating content for our newest project: Frequencies. The Street Team identifies, conducts and publishes …

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Join us as a Global Scholar Fellow in Summer 2018!

Americans for Informed Democracy/AMP Global Youth is seeking a valued member of our alumni network to help us host Global Scholar, our groundbreaking and intensive two-week academic enrichment program that offers rising high school juniors and seniors the chance to sharpen their understanding of international affairs and leadership skills in …

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Three things you need to turn hope into a verb!

What is hope? A wish? A verb? A lifesaver and game changer? Join our very own, Vanessa, for our latest #AMPfrequencies chat… including tips and interesting bits for a #hope you can apply to your life, school, and work!  We invite Global Youth to start shifting the way we view …

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