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EVENT: Citizen Teen (POSTPONED)

UPDATE [3-11-20]: In light of current events surrounding the coronavirus, The Citizen has decided to postpone this event. Stay tuned for more updates about new dates.

The Philadelphia Citizen is bringing together six world-famous youth leaders to talk about climate change, mental health, social justice, gun-sense, the arts, and more. If you’re a high school student in Philly, we want you there!

The day also features a vegetarian lunch and gift bags, and live performances by the West Powelton Drummers and Philly Youth Poet Laureate Mia Concepcion.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS FREE BUT YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER. THERE WILL BE NO ADMITTANCE WITHOUT ONLINE REGISTRATION.

REGISTER HERE

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