New York Times Interviews Archer Girls for Teen Voting Article

Hannah K. '20 and Maddie F. ’20 shared their take on civic activism and teen voting with the New York Times for a story exploring the role teens will play in the 2020 election.
The article focuses on 17-year-olds who are pushing to cast ballots in the California primary in March.

Hannah K. '20 told The Times of her experience as a first-generation U.S. citizen. She said she feels compelled to push back against the people who have told her “to get out of this country.”
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