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FEATURING LAJWARD ZAHRA - The campus protests that swept the nation in recent weeks are as clear a sign as any that young people are politically aware, active, and willing to put their bodies on the line for their beliefs. But, as we hurtle toward another make-or-break election in November, many are asking, will this political engagement in the streets translate into action at the polls

In a new story for YES!, a young journalist and Rice University freshman, Lajward Zahra, explored “Gen Z’s Political Paradox.”

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