Elahe Izadi

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Pepsi pulled an ad starring Kendall Jenner at a protest after the internet went crazy. However, corporations are always trying to profit off youthful idealism. Does it work?

Pepsi ad pulled after internet uproar

Pepsi pulled an ad starring Kendall Jenner at a protest after the internet went crazy. However, corporations are always trying to profit off youthful idealism. Does it work?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Obama unveiled a new initiative this week to help young men of color succeed in America. But does it go far enough?

My Brother's Keeper

President Obama unveiled a new initiative this week to help young men of color succeed in America. But does it go far enough?

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