A  podcast  hosted by Ari Andersen and Matt Little, that aims to reframe the narrative about the Millennial generation, and in the process build community that can help to enact positive change.

A podcast hosted by Ari Andersen and Matt Little, that aims to reframe the narrative about the Millennial generation, and in the process build community that can help to enact positive change.

  Ep. 29 Millennials Don't Suck / Photo courtesy:  Sequoia Ziff  /  Kiss the Ground

Ep. 29 Millennials Don't Suck / Photo courtesy: Sequoia Ziff / Kiss the Ground

Summit Team in Malibu, California (September 2011 Issue) / Photo Courtesy: Vanity Fair

ORIGIN Magazine, Issue 24 / Photo: Sequoia Ziff

NPR Generation Listen, KCRW, and the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers Los Angeles Hub came together at NPR West for an intimate conversation about increasing civic engagement and building community among young people in LA. / Video by: Jack Mitrani

The NPR Living Rooms With Friends Series - created, hosted and produced by Audrey & NPR Generation Listen - features listeners hosting their own listening parties in intimate spaces across the country. Mike de la Rocha, an LA-based organizer and musician, gathers family, friends and strangers together to listen to NPR Invisibilia and talk about the categories that we get put in, and sometimes put others in. / Video by: Hadas and Chrissy Larsen

NPR's Living Rooms With Friends Series - Anaka, a multimedia ethnographer, artist and student gathers friends in Los Angeles to discuss FEAR to spark some raw, honest conversation. / Video by: Hadas and Chrissy Larsen

NPR's Living Rooms With Friends Series - Dancer choreographer, Sierrah Dietz, brings friends together to discuss art, expression, body movement and the freedom to create, in New Orleans. / Video by: Hadas and Orion Owens

NPR Living Rooms with Friends Series - Actor Blake Cooper Griffin gathers friends and castmates from the film Love is All You Need, in his living room in Los Angeles, to explore the root causes and effects of bullying, as well as potential ways to address our societal "culture of meanness". / Video by: Hadas and Chrissy Larsen

In 2015, NPR Generation Listen set out on a 3,000 mile road trip called The Listening Tour to meet young listeners from across the country. From Marfa, Texas to Oxford, Mississippi, we partnered with the local NPR stations and local friends to host listening parties in surreal and inspiring locations. The tour kicked off in Los Angeles and ended in Washington, DC at NPR HQ.  / Video: Hadas & Joanna Pawlowska