OK, Boomer: Understanding Today’s Generational Divide

January 09, 2020

“Historical generations are not born; they are made. They are a device by which people conceptualize society and seek to transform it,” argued historian Robert Wohl in “The Generation of 1914,” his classic analysis of the young men who grew up around the time of the First World War....

Make Way for Generation Z in the Workplace

January 27, 2019

Members of Generation Z are entering the workforce, and they are different than those who came before them. As a group, they are “sober, industrious and driven by money,” reports The Wall Street Journal, but also “socially awkward and timid about taking the reins.” They are risk-averse...

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Millennials Forget “Bravery” of WWI

March 01, 2018

Millennials seem to think the assassination of JFK led to the start of World War I.   The Telegraph waxes ironic, if not patronizing about the millennial generation’s ignorance of the facts associated with the official narrative of World War I. It appears that many of them think, for example,...

Millennials Shape Discussion on Gun Violence

December 09, 2016

Millennials want to see an intersectional understanding of gun violence in America. Each generation carries its own revolution. For years, gun violence has dramatically impacted communities around the United States, and a movement for gun violence prevention has emerged to respond. Now, as we...