The panel discussed examples of/ their experiences with good and bad police officers, the way the system protects cops more than the civilians cops are hired to protect, racism within the department, if there is a chance for change, and more.
Millennials (aka Generation Yers) are people born between 1980-1995. We will make up 75.3% of the U.S. population by 2025. Our dominating presence and behavior will define American life and culture in the next decade and beyond.
Our platform is designed for Millennials to converse about the topics that matter to them. Whether it’s hot topics, world news, relationships, career goals–you name it, we are addressing it. Our guests will excite, enrage, engage, and educate you about several subjects.
We need you to join in on the discussion. As a guest, you along with 4-5 other Millennials will discuss a topic chosen by our peers. To provide non-biased, refreshing feedback to our audience, there will be a new panel of guests for each show. This gives everyone the opportunity to bring their
Good Cop, Bad Cop: The Women's March
- Women's March is a feminist movement, not he agenda of the black woman/family - Many used the Women's March platform to voice their personal struggles with oppression - If black people didn't attend the Women's March, we would be upset that we weren't represented