Students Learn to Put Politics Aside and Solve Problems Facing Youth

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Guam – Students at George Washington High School today learned about a program they can get involved in locally to work toward reducing teen pregnancy, drug use and youth involvement in crimes. Members of the Guam Youth Congress and No Labels Guam President Derick Baza Hills presented the No Labels program to students today.  Hills says No Labels is made up of Republicans, Democrats and Independents who strive to put their political labels aside and and seek common sense solutions to the Nation’s problems.

No Labels Guam is now reaching out to the schools to give the youth a voice.  Hills says the Guam Youth Congress is joining them in that effort to show the students that more can be accomplished by working together.

Hills says a number of GW Students expressed interest in joining No Labels today.  The group will be presenting to students at other schools throughout the island this week.