Why are we so hard on millenials?

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It’s that time of year when "the youth" can expect that a number of people will be having a series of conversations about them, to wit: 1. The youth are our future. 2. The youth are in trouble. 3. The youth are lazy and apathetic and entitled.

We are having the wrong conversation.

The youth are our future, yes. So how can we, the generations currently making up the status quo, change the world they’re going to inherit for the better?

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