Talking helps. Communicating with one another and exchanging ideas builds stronger, more diverse communities. That’s why we have NextGen Talks, a series of conversations where we can talk about anything – ranging from the intersection between mental health and food insecurity, to how we can end student debt, to how to navigate the dreaded zoom fatigue. Join us in these conversations on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
Working from home during the COVID-19 crisis is a privilege, but it can come with its own set of challenges, like what experts call “Zoom Fatigue” & its impacts on your #mentalhealth.
Student Loan Debt
NextGen Policy presents #NextGenTalks “Mental Health + Student Loan Debt”. Borrowers are doing everything to pay back their student debt in the midst of a pandemic while jobs, wages & benefits weigh heavily on their minds. We must hold servicers accountable & protect borrowers.
NextGen Policy presents #NextGenTalks “Intersectionality between Mental Health and The Climate Crisis”. A conversation featuring NextGen Policy Advisor for climate and environmental issues, Dave Wisekopf, NextGen Policy Advisor for mental health, Courtnie Thomas, and Climate Interactive Co-Director and Co-Founder, Elizabeth Sawin.
NextGen Policy presents #NextGenTalks “Intersectionality between Mental Health and Food Insecurity”. A conversation featuring NextGen Policy Advisor for food insecurity issues, Tiffany Germain, NextGen Policy Advisor for mental health, Courtnie Thomas, and Food Literacy Center Founder, CEO & Chief Food Genius, Amber Stott.
NextGen Policy presents NextGen Talks “Intersectionality between Mental Health and Immigration,” a conversation featuring NextGen Deputy Director Adriana Sanchez-Ochoa; NextGen Mental Health Policy Advisor, Courtnie Thomas; and Immigrant Defense Advocates’ Policy Director, Jackie Gonzalez.