Young People Are Leading The Movement For Social Change

Cristina Pacione-Zayas of the Erikson institute says we should allow children to be leaders in moments of injustice.

Young People Are Leading The Movement For Social Change
In this June 17, 2020, file photo, protesters gather in Thompson Plaza, across the street from Chicago's City Hall, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, demanding that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot enact the ordinance for an all-elected Civilian Police Accountability Council (CPAC) in Chicago. AP Photo
Young People Are Leading The Movement For Social Change
In this June 17, 2020, file photo, protesters gather in Thompson Plaza, across the street from Chicago's City Hall, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, demanding that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot enact the ordinance for an all-elected Civilian Police Accountability Council (CPAC) in Chicago. AP Photo

Young People Are Leading The Movement For Social Change

Cristina Pacione-Zayas of the Erikson institute says we should allow children to be leaders in moments of injustice.

Chicago’s youngest children live in some of the most violent neighborhoods, but the youth are also leading the push for change.

Reset learns more about the role of young children within social justice movements.

GUEST: Cristina Pacione-Zayas, associate vice president of policy at the Erikson Institute