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New Leaders Council releases memo challenging pundits, analysts, and candidates to
consider all millennials, not just young college students

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I am inspired by the dedication of our NLC community to our mission and shared progressive values. Our chapter leaders across the country are diligently preparing for the 2017 NLC Institute, recruiting the next class of NLC Fellows, kicking off policy lecture series, and more. I am also excited to share with you the first three NLC Spark! Talks from our National Leadership Retreat in July. 

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Our hearts are heavy today as the NLC Family has lost a remarkable friend and leader, Scott Martella.

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Wow!

I've never been more proud of the NLC Family.  Through the past week, I’ve watched numerous leaders from our community take the stage and lead discussions at the Democratic National Convention. It was great to see so many friends from around the country. 

 

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PHILADELPHIA (July 26, 2016) – New Leaders Council (NLC) together with CALinnovates today hosted the Millennial Issues Forum during the Democratic National Convention. NLC announced that it will craft the Progressive Millennial Compact with America, a comprehensive plan to solve our nation’s social justice and inequality issues through robust economic policy, investment in our communities, and revitalization of our democratic processes.

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New Leaders Council is extraordinarily proud to congratulate our National Honorary Co-Chair, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, on his selection as the Democratic candidate for Vice President of the United States. 

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I have never been more proud to be a part of this community.  The last few days at our National Leadership Retreat in Washington, D.C. made it abundantly clear that we are stronger than ever, and are becoming the organization our founders envisioned ten years ago.

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Media Contact: Dustin Robinson, 202- 649-0543

WASHINGTON (July 14, 2016) – New Leaders Council (NLC) members today met on Capitol Hill with Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and members of Congress and the U.S. Senate to release NLC's Building America’s 21st Century Innovation Economy, a set of progressive economic ideas and recommendations distilled through the lens of millennial leaders.

 

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At approximately 11:15 a.m. on Wednesday, true public servants took a seat for justice and common sense changes to gun laws.  Then, in the early hours of Thursday morning, House leaders used a procedural move to start their vacation early. 

TAKE ACTION: TELL CONGRESS ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

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The NLC Institute is the premier leadership and professional development program for emerging leaders. NLC Fellows receive the training, mentoring, networking, and career and political advancement assistance they need through a series of high impact weekends each month. From strategic communications to fundraising, and entrepreneurship to coalition management, NLC Fellows master all the skills needed to lead the next generation.

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