Interviews

November 2, 2016: Millennials Make their Mark!

Tonight, we shine a light on what has been called one of the most powerful generations heading to the ballot box next week. Millennials, now a group close to 80 million in number, could play a crucial role in electing the next president… that is if they show up to the polls. In 2008, 51 percent of millennials cast their vote for the president, and in 2012, that number only decreased. This year, things might be looking up for this generation, as more and more get involved in politics spanning all walks of American life. A few weeks after the votes were counted in 2012, millennials David and Jack Cahn packed their bags and began a two-year road trip across the country to figure out how their peers would reshape America’s future. After more than 10,000 interviews, their journey led them to us, and tonight, they are sharing the findings from their trip in their new book, When Millennials Rule.

 

PIX News - Channel 11: "Petition circulates to lower age of presidential candidacy"

For the past few years, younger voters have become more involved in politics, but unfortunately none of them can run for president until they are 35. People behind Captain Morgan's Rum think that should change and have started a petition. With over 75.4 million millennials in the country, is it possible one of them is qualified enough to be president? Director of PR and Entertainment for Diageo, Jim Sias, author of "When Millenials Rule," Jack Cahn, founder of the Ivey Key, Jae Gardner and founder of Pace public relations Annue Scranton tackle the question.

RT America: "Conversation with Great Minds"

Topic: Thom Hartmann Interviews David Cahn Live for National Television Audience

Turn on the news these days and you're bound to hear some kind of fretting about millennials and their views on the world. Usually - the conversation revolves around questions like "why are millennials so lazy?" or "why do they spend so much time on social media?" - and while questions like that are kind of trite - they have a point. Millennials ARE different from other generations. Very - different in fact - especially when it comes to politics. My guest for tonight's Conversations with Great Minds has tried to find out why. Joining me now now is David Cahn. David is a journalist - an activist - a national leader of the Junior State of America - and an experienced campaign organizer. He also writes for the Huffington Post and along with his brother Jack - is the co-author of "When Millennials Rule: The Reshaping of America."

 

A PLUS: "A Grain of Saul" Facebook Live Interview

Topic: Millennials, the 2016 election, and LGBT issues

How can millennials change politics? Let Isaac Mosh and David Cahn know your thoughts.

 

Election 2016: What Will America Look Like When Millennials Rule?

Topic: Book Signing at the 92nd St. Y in Manhattan

An interactive discussion about where millennials are leading America and how this enigmatic generation will influence the outcome of the 2016 election. Featured speakers include: David Cahn and Jack Cahn, authors of When Millennials Rule Nikhil Goyal, author of Schools on Trial (Penguin Random House) Kamran Parsa, Governor of the Northeast Junior State, Rohan Marwaha, Governor of the Mid-Atlantic Junior State. Come support the book launch and get your signed copy of When Millennials Rule!