About Millennial Review

Millennial Review started as a simple Tumblr page in 2015 with a small goal, support Bernie Sanders. He was a relatively unknown curmudgeonly socialist from Vermont. Exactly what we were looking for.

Well, maybe not exactly, but the closest thing we’d seen in American politics in our lifetime. In the months that followed we connected tens of thousands of committed activists, thinkers, and posters. Millions of impressions later, we’re still championing the vision of justice which attracted us to Bernie Sanders to begin with.

Outside of producing leftist content co-founder Trevor Memmott is a PhD candidate at Indiana University School of Environmental and Public Affairs. And co-founder Justin Ackerman is a law student at UCLA School of Law. Both are committed socialists, avid readers, prolific podcast listeners and hope you take the time to read a bit, listen a bit, support the cause and most importantly spread the message!

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Bernie Sanders has a Compelling Vision of Renewal for Rural America

When listening to Bernie’s new and improved stump speech, something jumped out to me. Amidst the standard anti-billionaire, political revolution

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Andrew Yang: A Neoliberal Tech-Bro in Sheep’s Clothing

Andrew Yang has made a name for himself campaigning on what he claims is a slick innovative solution to the

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Millennials Will Inherit Far Less From Their Parents Than Generations Past

Millennials are blamed for a lot of things, killing restaurants, entire industries, entire institutions, there is very little in a

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Conservatives Should Back a Public Option or Face Spooky-Spooky Socialism

During the debate surrounding the Affordable Care Act, then Independent Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman rose to notoriety among the American

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Record Low Renewable Energy Prices, Record High Green Energy Production, Republicans Put Coal Exec at Head of EPA

In June the United Nations released a report that highlighted the world's increasingly rapid move to renewable energy. Use of

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The House of Many Hit Pieces: A Closer Look at Over Two Months of Anti-Bernie Coverage From The Washington Post

This is by no means an exhaustive study of anti-Bernie Sanders narratives in the media at this time. This is

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Bernie Sanders is Right About Reparations

In a recent interview with black activist Ta-Nehisi Coates in honor of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,

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Pelosi Should Have Stood With Ilhan Omar, But She Didn’t

Progressive firebrands (or socialist, but who’s asking) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Rashida Talib graced the cover of Rolling Stone,

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Brooklyn and Chicago Rallies Show Bernie Sanders Can Still Turn Out a Crowd

Bernie Sanders kicked off his 2020 presidential campaign with a March 2nd rally at Brooklyn College, near his childhood home.

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Your Guide to Elizabeth Warren’s Wealth Tax

Big government is in vogue, the left is rife with big proposals that have big price tags. At least relative

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Never forget that Barack Obama and Joe Biden offered up cuts to both Medicare and Social Security as part of their “Grand Bargain” on the debt ceiling with John Boehner.

Republicans think land should have more rights than people https://t.co/plDgOO5X1R
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@BernieSanders Red & orange areas have the same population. Imagine if orange elected our president every election & red was completely ignored. Exactly why we need to keep the Electoral College. https://t.co/aiCuItbiVC

Somehow I doubt that https://t.co/7DxJbN2XGT
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