youth crusade

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Synonyms for youth crusade

political or religious or social reform movement or agitation consisting chiefly of young people

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This is his second youth crusade, which is aimed at mainly junior and senior high school and college students.
As part of The National Reclaim Our Youth Crusade, the Public Policy Institute of the Citizenship Education Fund (CEF), in a year-long joint effort with the National Rainbow Coalition, will recruit in 50 city churches to take the lead to: (1) reclaim 100,000 youth, and (2) register, in a non-partisan voter registration drive, one million new voters.
One Catholic group called Krucjata Mlodych, or Youth Crusade, has started an online campaign urging people not to attend the pop diva's concert.
Finding Home with the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Billy Graham" will resonate with three audiences: those touched by the Billy Graham Crusades going back to the well-publicized crusade in Los Angeles that launched the Crusades in the early fifties, the fans of the music of the Beatles and Bob Dylan who were searching for purpose and meaning to life, and the generation who responded the Youth Crusades of the Nineties.
At that time, Edgar worked with Richard Shakarian (Now the President of the FGBMFI) for two years with Youth Crusades of America.
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