Kenrick: Most people don't know who their local elected officials are, what they do, or who is running to replace them. I've spent a lot of time thinking about how to make it easier for constituents to get more involved in local politics, in simple, easy, and free ways. Ultimately, the more that people are educated about policies and are participating in politics, the better. It’s a great thing not only for our communities, but for the practice of democracy in general.
Mohammed: Thanks so much for having me, Spiffy. Money Hub NYC is working to provide high-quality financial education for disadvantaged teens.
John: Our built environment, from our homes to our workplaces, has a huge impact on the environment. If we build these structures in a better and smarter way, they will be more resilient to our looming environmental challenges, more in sync with nature, and healthier for ourselves and our families.
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