The teen led group American Individualists is meeting weekly in Purcellville to discuss the issues of the day and to write letters to the editors of newspapers. It’s wonderful to see teenagers become involved in our political process. Their recent press release,[read_more]
Media Contact: Clay Suskalo
TEEN POLITICAL GROUP SPEAKS OUT
American Individualists establishes dedicated team of writers.
Every week, a group of young adults gathers at the Purcellville Library to discuss politics, history and public policy. Now, American Individualists has established a dedicated team of writers to produce opeds to be published in local newspapers and online. “Since it is us,the youth of America, who will ultimately have to deal with decisions that are made today, we feel that our voices should be heard,” said Anthony DeFazio, one of the writers with American Individualists. Since its founding in 2013, American Individualists has experienced considerable growth, largely in Loudoun County, although the group has a few members that live as far away as the Charlottesville area. The group hopes that by publishing essays, commentary and opinion from the perspectives of teenagers and young adults, it will give voice to a demographic which is rarely heard and which has the largest stake in our nation. To learn more about American Individualists and its mission, visit www.americanindividualists.com.
American Individualists is a political education organization in Purcellville. Founded by teens in 2013, the group provides a forum for political education and activism opportunities for young people. The group meets weekly at 5pm at the Purcellville Library.<<<
More on the group here.