Michael G. Sheppard

Activist, Game Changer

Tag: voting

Michael G. Sheppard

5 Civic Media Organizations Teaching The Value of The Youth Vote

The electorate and their voters are absolute cornerstones of democracy. The formal action, whereby the public selects a choice between two or more candidates is a powerful tool that can be used to grant liberty, justice, and freedom. It’s so important that young people have an awareness of what a vote can do. The onus […]

Michael G. Sheppard

5 Creative Concepts For Educating Youth on Civic Engagement

How can we effectively educate young people on civics? Is it enough to hand them books and have practiced and exhausted conversations about historical events? Let’s help children understand the election process by inviting them to engage in debates and utilize important resource guides. President For A Day: Encourage students to understand the importance of the […]

Michael G. Sheppard

Education on Democratic Tradition Is Important To Civic Participation

Democracy doesn’t simply happen every November. It happens every day. Year-round, taking place within the voting booth and outside of a political office, democracy is always in action. Democracy happens when young parents poll their children about what they might want for dinner; when counting ballots for homecoming queen; or when deciding the class president. Establishing a tradition of civic […]

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