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Table of Contents

Part 1: Making the Decision to Live a Political Life
Chapter 1 - A New Politics: Is Democracy a Dirty Word?
Chapter 2 - Democracy is Us: Unpacking “We the People”
Chapter 3 - Generation Citizen
Chapter 4 - A Framework for Change: The Advocacy Hourglass

Part 2: Setting Off on the Journey
Chapter 5 - The (Real) Political Journey: Getting Past the BS
Chapter 6 - Observing Elections in Kenya: My Political Awakening
Chapter 7 - Choosing an Issue: Getting Angry, and Getting Passionate
Chapter 8 - Developing Expertise: Inequality is Not Destiny
Chapter 9 - The Power of Story: Changing Hearts and Minds Through Narrative
Chapter 10 - Travelling Farther Together: Tracing Teams In Lowell
Chapter 11 - Unleashing our Action: Becoming Powerful
Chapter 12 - Stay Strong: Remaining Resilient when the Going Gets Tough

Part 3: Continuing the Journey
Chapter 13 - What Happens When We Don’t Agree?: Working (or Attempting to Work) Through our Differences

Part 4: A New Movement
Chapter 15 - A Global Democratic Movement: Learning from the Rest of the World
Chapter 16 - Elevating Youth Voice in Our Current Moment: Ensuring All Young People Become Powerful
Chapter 15: A Manifesto for a New Democracy: Living our Full Political Lives

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Publicity

  • Personal essay (Longreads, Atlantic, Mother Jones) on the creation of Generation Citizen as a senior in college
  • Interviews on podcasts such as NYT Daily, Pod Save America, Pod Save the People, every major left political podcast in the top 20
  • Op-eds galore: WSJ, Washington Post, NYT etc (ex. Scott’s 2002 observation of the first truly democratic elections in Kenya’s history, where he began to recognize the transformative potential of democracy)
  • Timely interviews on NPR, morning shows (GMA, Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, AM/DM), CBS/FOX/MSNBC programs as well
  • Targeted outreach to youth-oriented publications for excerpts/interviews (Teen Vogue, Rookie, etc)
  • Outreach to previous publications that have covered Scott’s work in the past: Christian Science Monitor, New York Daily News, Huffington Post, San Diego Union Tribune, Sports Illustrated, Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Providence Journal
  • Author promotion through website at www.GenerationCitizen.org

    Events Schedule
  • Author events throughout NAIBA region, including DC and NYC
  • Potential lectures at Brown and Tufts (author’s alum)
  • About the Author

    Scott Warren is the cofounder and chief executive officer of Generation Citizen. He has been named an Echoing Green Fellow, a Draper Richards Kaplan Fellow, and a Forbes 30 under 30 for Social Entrepreneurship. He has also been a social entrepreneur in residence at Brown University, and a social entrepreneur in residence at Tufts University. He is currently a democracy fellow at Brown University. Visit www.GenerationCitizen.org.

    Reviews

    Praise for Generation Citizen

    A Big Other Most Anticipated Small Press Book of the Year

    “Insightful, inspirational . . . A useful resource for aspiring political activists.” —Rebekah Kati, Library Journal

    “Warren, co–founder and CEO of the national political youth movement Generation Citizen, makes his book debut with a pragmatic, anecdote–filled guide for empowering young people . . . An enthusiastic, supportive manifesto to inspire political engagement.” —Kirkus Reviews

    “At a time when the future of our country and our world hangs in the balance, Scott Warren delivers a powerful, stirring, and deeply important call to action for our most vital and undernurtured citizen force: our youth. This book should be required reading for anyone under the age of thirty–five.” —Josh Tickell, author of The Revolution Generation

    “Scott Warren argues forcefully and eloquently that young people will save us all—and he comes with the receipts to prove it. By sharing his own lived experience and that of some of the hundreds of thousands of young people touched through his work at Generation Citizen, Warren lays out how we can take charge wherever we are, no matter our age. Following Warren's advice, any of us can and will change the world.” —Amanda Litman, CEO of Run for Something and author of Run for Something: A Real–Talk Guide to Fixing the System Yourself

    “Scott Warren is at the vanguard of a new movement called Action Civics, based on the all–American idea that the best way for young people to learn democracy is to practice it at the local level. In this timely and accessible new book, Warren deftly combines stories and strategies to show us that the rising generation is ready to exercise power—and save our republic.” —Eric Liu, CEO of Citizen University and author of You’re More Powerful Than You Think: A Citizen’s Guide to Making Change Happen

    “With incisive language, compelling stories, and a clarion call to action, Scott Warren's Generation Citizen offers a compelling argument for the essential role that government plays in our lives and the essential role young people can—and must—play in building the beloved community. A must–read for anyone worried about our shared democracy and hopeful about young people's power to change it.” —Eric D. Dawson, CEO of Peace First

    “Life can be full of surprises, twists, and failures. This is certainly the case for Scott Warren, the cofounder and CEO of the fastest–growing civics education organization called Generation Citizen, or as he turns out, a reluctant social entrepreneur. This refreshingly honest and reflective chronicle of this young leader is filled with deeply personal events and encounters with people that changed his life. At the same time, his own experience is an example of young people making a positive change. Through stories of his own and his students’, Warren makes a compelling case that young people from all backgrounds can and should lead the change. Warren weaves many stories of young people leading the change in different places, using different means, and how pivotal education can be in giving young people the tools they need to activate their ideas and to 'right the wrong.' Warren, who grew up all over the world himself, has an enduring appreciation of the great American experiment and the republican form of democracy, and is absolutely set on making sure that every person gets the preparation they need to achieve their civic leadership potential. It is an inspiration and a call to action for young people and adults who want to see progress, to start believing in young people’s ability to lead, not later when they 'grow up,' but today.” —Kei Kawashima–Ginsberg, PhD, director of the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) at Tufts University’s Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life

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