Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life
CIRCLE director Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg is quoted in this piece about how the gun control movement in the aftermath of the Parkland, FL school shooting could encourage higher young voter turnout in 2018 and beyond.
Los Angeles Times
CIRCLE Director Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg comments on the potential impact of young, millennial voters and the impact of the Parkland, Florida school shooting survivors' activism on their peers.
This article references a recent CIRCLE study on youth voter turnout during midterm elections.
CIRCLE's Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg comments on whether Saturday’s student march to protest for stricter gun laws will translate to a larger turnout among young, first-time voters in the upcoming midterm elections.
National Public Radio
Nancy Thomas, director of Tisch’s Institute for Democracy and Higher Education, discusses how recent student activism could have an effect on American politics.
CIRCLE research into how social class influences high school extracurricular activity participation is mentioned in this opinion piece.
Radio Boston, WBUR-FM
Tisch College's Julie Dobrow and Child Study and Human Development's Calvin Gidney discuss their research on the effects of diversity in children's media.
Julie Dobrow, Chip Gidney and Jennifer Burton from Tufts' Children's Television Project discuss their research which suggests that "children need a diverse universe of media images."
Youth support action on climate change more than any other age group, and Tisch College's CIRCLE research ranks the House races where they could swing the 2018 election.