In July, the Millennial Action Project team visited both the Republican and the Democratic National Conventions, joining friends and fellow young professionals for a series of conversations on our generation, the trajectory of partisan politics, and the #FutureCaucus movement. Check out some of our featured appearances below.
MAP at the RNC
Why Aren't Millennials Voting?
MAP President Steven Olikara visited Fox News for a discussion with the Special Report’s Katie Ricalde. The two explored the role millennials play in the election, dispelling some common misconceptions about the generation, and reviewed the progress of Future Caucuses in Congress and in state capitols across the country.
Steven Olikara Interview with Cenk Uygur
Conversation with Michael Shure and Matt Fuller
Steven also stopped by The Young Turks Network to chat with Cenk Uygur and Michael Shure and analyze the Republican and Democratic responses to millennial outreach and organizing. Both conversations placed the generation’s impact in the context of the presidential race, assessing the opportunities for both parties to reach American millennials.
Interview with Brian Copeland
Steven Olikara joined Brian Copeland from San Francisco’s KGO•810 to discuss MAP’s experience at the RNC and to provide MAP’s perspective on millennials and their potential to influence bipartisanship.
MAP at the DNC
How millennials Plan to Govern America
In Philadelphia, MAP sat down with NBC10’s Katy Zachry prior to MAP’s #FutureCaucus conversation at the Comcast Center. The interview evaluated the impact of millennials on the presidential race and in Philadelphia during the DNC.
Congress' Youngest Members Talk Uber, Student Debt Crisis During Millennial Caucus in Philadelphia
NBC10 then joined MAP for its #FutureCaucus conversation entitled MAP x DNC : How Millennials are Shaping the Presidential Race & the Agenda Ahead to give a play-by-play on the conversation between Congressman Brendan Boyle (D-PA) and Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA).
NBC10 Live Stream of MAP x DNC via Morgan Zalot
The event was streamed live on Facebook by NBC10's own Morgan Zalot.