Millennials are remaking every aspect of American life: entertainment, lifestyles, leadership, work, technology, government, politics, education and community. How can people engage their communities in making a smooth transition to the Millennial Era?
I'm not sure why you aren't talking more about the coalition you predicted. Millennials are currently talking on Wall Street and corporate America. Talk about Bernie!!
It's great to have all three Dem. Presidential candidates advocating for free college tuition. Now if only the Republicans would join them.
As a one born in October of 1983, I'm often challenged to define THE moment that separates us from GenX. I've been using the Challenger explosion as a touch point: if you remember the implications of what it meant, then GenX you are. If not, you're likely Millennial. For example, I remember my grandmother telling me the spacemen died, but I remember more details about the couch I was sitting on than the incident itself. Given the implications of early childhood development, would this seem to past muster?