Ron: "...we don't function well as human beings if there is no acknowledgement of, and commitment to, that which makes us human..."
Koshersalaami: "We don’t know how they’d react if they saw real threats."
Ron: "Trump is a "real threat"!
Our generation would have filled the streets in protest...
Mayor Daley and his police department created the riots in Chicago that cost the Democrats the election that year....
1968, the year I graduated from college...
The year King and Kennedy were assassinated.
What happened to the Occupy Movement? BLM is not gaining any traction to speak of. Amy's Green Party isn't going anywhere any time soon...."
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The people between the ages of 20 and 50 generally seem to be on the right track and the right side of history re Human Rights and Social Justice.
However, as Koshersalaami points out, their commitment to higher principles is yet to be tested.
So here's the question:
Do you believe that the young people of today are willing to fight for what they believe in?
Here's the Generation Chart I would use as a reference: