WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE A F*CK
Bababtunde Ogunfolaju and Genevieve Montinar’s irreverent take breaking down the big issues—and why you should care in the first place.
Politicians have a habit of neglecting the issues young people care about; The 2020 presidential election was no exception. Why You Should Give a F*ck hosts Tunde and Genevieve speak with Briahna Joy Gray about what young people can do to make their voices heard.
We take you through the first season, and explain how the concept of power connects all the topics we covered in Season 1.
We discuss the way the U.S. approaches different types of crime and how certain acts arguably shouldn’t be considered crimes.
We talk about how the courts have an impact on society, and issues within the court system.
We look at how to hold people in government accountable, and the systems that act as a check on their power.
We explore the world of political campaigns, and discuss the importance of local elections, and the type of people who run for office.
We discuss your rights as a voter, and how in many places those rights are under attack from people in power.
We explore the different areas of labor rights and the role we all play in their enforcement, while digging deeper into the aspect of mental health as it relates to our rights as workers.
We take a look at what it means to be unemployed, while diving deeper into the impact unemployment can have on daily life.
In the premiere episode we explore the different areas of power, and how we interact with them as citizens.