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Wow this exciting, you're about to learn how to take the first step to starting a conversation. The first step is to identify something that you care about. Now this can be anything, from something big like global warming, something specific to your community like trash on the streets, or something that has affected you personally, like the illness of a loved one.

You might already have something that you are passionate about but you haven’t taken that next step to share it, that’s great, head on over here to learn how to take that next step. 

If you are still not sure, don’t fret, there are lots of ways to get inspired. Start by thinking about the last time you got worked up about something, the last time you had an argument. Ask yourself what that argument was about or what you got worked up about. Look at what you recently searched on Google or what things you're following on Instagram and Facebook. Think about the activities you are doing on a daily basis, like a sport or art class or hobby.

If nothing is popping into your head right away, don’t worry, now that you are looking at things with a new perspective something is bound to get you fired up and excited. 

But, if you are like us and don’t want to wait another second to get started below is a list of some current issues that might spark something in you.

 

 

Look at the list below and try and find 5 things that you care about. Then really look at that list. What are you ready to give your time, energy and most importantly your VOICE to? Once you have decided you are ready to ask your question and move to Step 2 .

 

 

AIDS
Alcoholism
Access to Art Education
Art
Access to Sports
Drug Addiction
Hunger
Homelessness
Sports
Music
Medical Care Availability
Mental Illness
Teenage Pregnancy
Child Labor
Food Additives (i.e. GMOs)
Abuse
Nursing Homes
Migrant Workers 
Prejudice (towards minorities, elderly, religion)
Illiteracy

 

Vietnam Veterans
Pollution
Endangered Species
Harvesting Tiber
Wilderness Preservation
Water Conservation
Garbage
Testing Drugs and Cosmetics on Animals
Alternative Energy Sources
Transporting Accessibility
Control of Internet
Rights of women and youth
Right to Die
Freedom of Press
Freedom of Expression 
Censorship 
Immigrants 
Access to Clean Water
Access to Basic School Supplies

 

Youth Gangs
Drug Sales and Abuse
Police Brutality
Overcrowded Prisons
Gun Control/Sales
Apathy
Ethics
Foster Care
Greed
Health
Materialism
Need for Diversity
Popularity 
Competitiveness
Appearance
Confidence
Individuality 
Medical Ethics
Judging Others
Teen Problems
Cyber Bullying/ Bullying