Gen Z, The iGen and Sam Adams
Generation Z – What do you know about them? This large group of citizens, 70 million strong, is emerging onto the scene with gusto. What are the worldviews of these individuals that are half still in high school and the other half in college or the work force? How are they different from Millennials in the views on economics, politics and religion?
Gen Z or known as the iGen for their ease of life in the digital world are affecting marketing and policy making now and into the next eighty years.
With that, I will be hammering it home to your remembrance that “People are Policy” and we need to develop Gen Z into policy-makers with Foundational Principles and Ethics. It is ever so critical to do this.
The Founders wanted us to gain knowledge and get involved! Being a Citizen is an Active involvement in our political life! Let’s get our feet on the street for this time is critical!
Join me on today’s program to value the Founders perspective of the mirrors of history and the reality of the present.
And because you keep asking!
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For today’s program:
- The Next Generation of Americans (Gen Z) May Be the Most Conservative Since WWII
- Is generation Z more conservative than previous generations? Why or why not?
- iGen Political & Civics Outlook – report by the Center for Generational Kinetics
- Because this is the solution we need to mentor out future leadership and policy makers: SACPS:
Presentations: What will Samuel Adams Center for Political Science (SACPS) do? Watch the presentation link.
- Yes, And even more important as you look at what happened in the Republican held House: At the Samuel Adams Returns web site: “Not All Conservatives Are Constitutionalists” Or on Amazon: Paperback or the eBook