Before November 6th, I had a strong feeling there would be a big Millennial turnout in the state of CA to vote, but the other major issues in this year's election included state propositions. One ballot measure in particular called Prop 30 would raise income taxes on the wealthiest citizens in (...)
Stereotypes provide a blueprint for what society in effect believes about a generation. It should come as no surprise that there has been a new struggle for power in the workplace.
No, I’m not talking about the tussle over the last donut in the break room; I’m referring to the struggle (...)
ABC4.com recently had an article characterizing Millennials in 8 ways.
While It’s definitely great to see more about Millennials being covered in the media, a few of these statements seem to portray Millennials in a negative light. Some do ring off as fact, such as Millennials statistically (...)
Participants in Mobilize.org’s two-day Millennial Leadership Summit engaged in dialogue with local and national civic leaders in the social entrepreneurship and civic engagement fields, and discovered leadership development and training opportunities on community organizing, communications/media, (...)
Their mission is simple: to spread awareness and bring about the capture of Joseph Kony. Their argument is convincing: in just under 3 days their video has garnered around 27 million views, and I doubt the Facebook statuses will stop cropping up any time soon. Most impressively, Invisible Children (...)
Interesting. Typical teenagers ask a similar question, but ask specifically: Who am I? This is the normally asked question of the developing teen. Yet, as I'm progressing through high school and growing up in general, I find that among my peers there is a larger question that looms, that goes (...)
Movements like the Occupy Wall Street protests don’t happen very often. They are rare. Not just in size. Not just in influence. But in veracity of ideals. This movement seems to be the first time in a long time that large portions—literally tens of thousands—have taken such vocal steps (...)
It’s been a few weeks since I saw Michael Bay’s action-packed “Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon,” and with larger-than-life talking robots, massive explosions and phenomenal cinematography, it completely lived up to moviegoers expectations for a big budget, action film. But for me, the film also represented a deeper message about the social and economic struggles facing the Millennial Generation.