Riley Spicer and her boyfriend, Jakob Lundy, tend to their garden at home in Seattle on June 9, 2016. Though Spicer has secured a position at a coveted tech academy here, she, like so many in her generation, is anxious about her economic outlook and the future in general. “The political system seems so overwhelmingly broken that I have no idea what to do about it,” Spicer said.
Riley Spicer and her boyfriend, Jakob Lundy, tend to their garden at home in Seattle on June 9, 2016. Though Spicer has secured a position at a coveted tech academy here, she, like so many in her generation, is anxious about her economic outlook and the future in general. “The political system seems so overwhelmingly broken that I have no idea what to do about it,” Spicer said. Ruth Fremson The New York Times
Riley Spicer and her boyfriend, Jakob Lundy, tend to their garden at home in Seattle on June 9, 2016. Though Spicer has secured a position at a coveted tech academy here, she, like so many in her generation, is anxious about her economic outlook and the future in general. “The political system seems so overwhelmingly broken that I have no idea what to do about it,” Spicer said. Ruth Fremson The New York Times