Aaron Smith

Young Invincibles

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Co-founder and executive director of Young Invincibles, a research, advocacy and organizing group founded by a group of Georgetown law students in 2009 with the goal of expanding opportunity for young adults, aged 18-34

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Memorial Day has divided Americans as much as it has united them. It began as a celebration of Union Army soldiers who died in the Civil War.

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Memorial Day has divided Americans as much as it has united them. It began as a celebration of Union Army soldiers who died in the Civil War.

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Memorial Day has divided Americans as much as it has united them. It began as a celebration of Union Army soldiers who died in the Civil War.

Memorial Day in America: Fun or Remembrance?

Memorial Day has divided Americans as much as it has united them. It began as a celebration of Union Army soldiers who died in the Civil War.

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