2012 Social Activism

More young adults (ages 20-28) are now actively supporting the causes they care about. In this infographic created by Columnfivemedia with TakePart, we visualized how young adults are going beyond staying informed or talking about social issues with their friends; they’re taking real action in ways that companies and organizations should take note of.

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