- Young leaders strive to improve the world
A lot of negative labels have been put on the millennial generation -- entitled, self-absorbed, selfish. But it's also clear that this generation is engaged and active in social causes, and is looking to make change outside the realm of politics.9:06 a.m.
Sam Davidson: Founder and CEO of the organization Cool People Care, and co-author of "New Day Revolution: How to Save The World in 24 Hours."
Stacey Monk: Co-founder and CEO of Epic Change.
- A roundup of the weekend's political news
Florida governor Charlie Crist has until the end of the month to figure out whether he will stay a Republican. He's running behind a candidate with Tea Party backing in his bid for U.S. Senate and has indicated he might become an independent. Despite this, some suggest the Tea Party effect is exaggerated.
Also results of the DFL nominating convention and a look ahead to the Minnesota Republicans' choosing a candidate for governor.10:06 a.m.
Mike Mulcahy: MPR political editor.
David Gergen: Professor of public service at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He directs its Center for Public Leadership. Gergen is editor-at-large for U.S. News & World Report and a senior political analyst for CNN. He was an adviser to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton.
Susan Macmanus: Professor of political science at the University of South Florida.
Dan Balz: Senior political reporter for the Washington Post.
You can follow Kerri Miller on Twitter at @KerriMPR
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