Values & Community
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 09:31
Today’s Millennials echo the sounds of the Sixties’ social activists.
Today’s young people are socially conscious, civically engaged and dedicated to helping those less fortunate than themselves, says a study examining college students’ commitment to social activism. According to a report released by The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE) members of Generation Y (or Millennials) are more civically active than their predecessors, Generation X. Generation Y, defined by CIRCLE as those who “came of age in the year 2000” were found to be more likely to engage in social activism than participants interviewed in 1993-1994....
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