Welcome to Write the World’s Civics in Action program, in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves and the National Children’s Campaign. Working with Write the World editors, our Fellows will be publishing non-partisan works about what it means to be an active, engaged citizen.
We invite you to Follow our Fellows in our Civics in Action Broadcast, where they will be reporting and reflecting on topics related to environmental activism, (im)migration, racial justice, the 2020 election in the United States, current events in writers’ home countries around the world, and other pressing global issues that matter to all of us. Find out more information on how to become a Fellow here.
Gen Z and Elders: Finding Common Ground
"Evie and Me: A Special Grandmother"
By Maxwell Surprenant, US, age 16
"I’m so lucky. Every year, Evie, my 88-year-old “adopted’ grandmother, bakes me a heavenly, chocolate, birthday cake. “No slivers today” she would exclaim as she cut the biggest piece for me."
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Inter-Gen Relationship: Max Suprenant and Evie