PBS Documentary Looks at 'Generation Next'

Judy Woodruff talks with young adults in her documentary 'Generation Next.'

Judy Woodruff traveled across the country talking to 16 to 25 year-olds for her documentary Generation Next. It airs Jan. 12 on PBS stations. PBS hide caption

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Judy Woodruff talks about her PBS documentary Generation Next, and the 16- to 25-year-olds she interviewed. The documentary sought young adults' views on race, politics, war, outsourcing and economic upheaval, as well as growing up in times marked by terrorism.

Judy Woodruff, special correspondent for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; profiles young Americans for Generation Next project

Amanda Fernandez, senior at Duke Ellington School of the Arts

Sarah Luzietti, senior at Duke Ellington School of the Arts

Matt Klapper, 24, graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 2005, works for Corey Booker, Mayor of Newark, N.J.

Adrian Talbott, 27, co-founder, executive director of Generation Engage



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