First Episode of Jaden Smith’s ‘The Solution Committee’

The first episode of Jaden Smith’s new original Snapchat series has been released & here’s everything you need to know about it

If you’re looking for some new content to watch, consider checking out Jaden Smith’s new Snapchat series, The Solution Committee.

The series is meant to provide a platform for advocates, celebrities, and Jaden to talk about current racial and social injustices. It provides explanations and solutions to problems – all at the tip of your fingers.

The first episode of the series was released on September 21st, only a day before National Voter Registration Day. The episode heavily emphasizes the importance of young voters. In Jaden’s own words, “This show is about educating the youth and making sure they feel empowered and ready to vote. The world is not okay but together we can make a difference.”

The episode starts off with an appearance from Hailey and Justin Bieber, friends of Jaden.

The couple talks about the importance of the upcoming election with Hailey emphasizing voting to her audience. They preach that your vote does matter!

The episode also includes a talk with teenage activist, Gabe Fleisher, who runs a daily political newsletter titled Wake Up to Politics. He speaks about the varying difficulties people may meet when trying to vote this year, including voting by mail and voter suppression.

We are even played a tune from Jaden himself, telling the audience “I need you to vote.”

The series is set to have eight episodes, including more guests such as Janelle Monae, Common, Phoebe Robinson, and activists. Each episode will end with the ability to swipe up for voter registration details.

We love how Jaden has chosen to use his voice and can’t wait to see what Jaden has in store in future episodes of The Solution Committee!

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Haley Mendoza

Haley Mendoza is a lover of all things film and TV. Whether you want to bond over horror movies or competition shows, she’s always down. Haley attends Emerson College, pursuing a degree in Media and Visual Arts and writing scripts in her spare time.