January 28, 2013 at 9:54 pm #176105
On Inauguration Day last week I was stopped on the street and interviewed by NPR for their "Dear Mr. President" campaign, asking people what change they wanted to see in the next 4 years. They took pictures of their interviewees with their "wish", and shared some of them on a live chat with the White House. I thought this was a creative way to collect information from the public for their live chat, and feed off of the excitement surrounding inauguration.
This is the picture of me that NPR used in their live chat. However, I'm wondering how others would have responded...
Millennials, what issue is most important to you? What change do you want to see in the next 4 years?
P.S. These views are my own, and please respect the views of everyone on this post! Thank you.
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