Invite: March 1, NYC - Great Panel Looks at a "A New Global Politics"

We've got a pretty cool event coming up in a couple weeks further exploring our idea that the world is witnessing the birth of a "new politics," spurred by changing demographics and evolving technology. The conversation will include Simon, Jose Vargas of the Huffington Post, and Oscar Salazar, a Mexican tech entrepreneur and activist. We'll be hosting it over breakfast at the Harvard Club in New York. Intrigued? Here's the pitch:  

More than half the world's population is under the age of 30, and these young people are increasingly wired together with new technologies - mobile phones, social media, satellite television - creating an unprecedented global community among the generation that will determine the direction of the world in the 21st century. In recent weeks, we have watched tech-savvy youth lead protests throughout the Middle East and North Africa, seeking the open, democratic future they've been able to see and imagine as globally connected citizens. Meanwhile, here in the U.S., we are engaging in a debate about our country's future using new tools and technologies, crafting fresh ideas and solutions to address the evolving challenges we face as a nation.

If you'd like to come, you should RSVP, ASAP.  The deets:

A New Global Politics

Tuesday, March 1st
Harvard Club NY: 35 W 44th St, New York
Breakfast will be served beginning at 8am, conversation will start at 8:15
Please RSVP