4 responses to “We Are Generation 2020

  1. Caryn McTighe Musil

    I love how you reframed this generation from one defined by what happens to it as opposed to one that is defined by how it changes the world around it to be more just and compassionate. And perhaps this generation will not just be known by the young people who come of age in this moment but by an intergenerational movement that bonds to have an even more powerful and comprehensive impact on the social, economic, health, and political well being of the nation and the world. Thanks you, as always.

  2. Caryn, you see my intention so clearly. We usually rely on the young people to be the beacons, but we’re experiencing this time as well and the experience is having an impact on all of us. We all have the potential to contribute good as a result of our collective experience.

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