The issue features original content and curated photos to help teens, their parents, and readers remember this moment while continuing to shine a light on the teens using their voices to bring attention to the issue. Retailing at USD$12.99, Hearst will make a donation to Everytown for Gun Safety in conjunction with the launch.
Highlights inside the special issue include:
- This is Not a Moment, it’s a Movement: A recap of the march, excerpts from the speeches, the messaging behind the movement, and what this means for teens and their futures.
- Signs of the Times: A round-up of the best signs shown at rallies all over the country.
- Voices of a Generation: Profiles of, and essays written by, Parkland student leaders, speakers from all over the country who inspired the world with their words and stories, and voices of the marchers—why they came to D.C.
- Be Part of History: A history of past Washington D.C. rallies that made people stand up and take notice of human rights and suffering.
- You Can Make a Difference: A “how-to” of ways that teens can let their voices be heard, even if they can’t vote.
Clean & Clear is the exclusive advertiser for the issue. The brand’s “Be Loud. Be Clear. Be You.” campaign highlights teens that have used their voices to enact change, and to encourage others to use theirs.
Read the Mr. Magazine™ interview with Joey Bartolomeo, executive editor and Kristin Koch, digital director of Seventeen magazine on how the brand is helping teens effect change in the world.
Hearst is a member of FIPP.
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