Week 7: Millennials and a Polarized America

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Are you voting in the upcoming election?

Many Americans in the millennial generation can understandably say they've never known a political climate that was not polarized to the point of gridlock.

By the next presidential election, Americans under age 35 will be the largest generation of eligible voters in the nation. But surveys show millennials would rather be active in their communities than in politics.

On this episode of Indivisible, MPR News host Kerri Miller looks at our divided nation through the eyes of millennials and asks if this could be the generation to bring about a solution.

Kerri is joined by Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director of Tisch College’s Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement at Tuft’s University and Derrick Feldmann, president of marketing firm Achieve Agency.

Here are some tweets from this episode: