Taking charge

Millennials and Gen Z receive a lot of criticism for no real reason. They are told that their voices matter and that their vote is important, but when they speak up, they are ignored or told that they are wrong. We believe that this is not only unjust, but false. While no set group of people are perfect, Millennials and Gen Z frequently say some of the very things that major politicians and public figures are saying, and oftentimes long before them!

While we support the opinions and thoughts of all people, we want to shine a special spotlight on the generations that will guide our future. Below are a selection of quotes and readings that we feel not only represent our initiative, but give the future generations some of the spotlight they deserve.


Remember, your vote is not a wasted vote. Vote with your heart and think about the future generations the next time you vote.
— Fabrizio Moreira

Shared Ideas

“I don't accept the idea that there are two sides to any issue. I think that the middle ground is to be found within most of us”  -Krista Tippett; American journalist, author, entrepreneur, and National Humanities Medal recipient.

“I don't accept the idea that there are two sides to any issue. I think that the middle ground is to be found within most of us”

-Krista Tippett; American journalist, author, entrepreneur, and National Humanities Medal recipient.

“Unfortunately, America’s current political climate strongly endorses a false dichotomy where we are encouraged to believe there are only two options to choose from, and too many of my generation have fallen into the camp ignorant of the potential for a middle ground. “  -Kyle Jorstad; Millennial and a ToleranceMeans Dialogues scholarship winner.

“Unfortunately, America’s current political climate strongly endorses a false dichotomy where we are encouraged to believe there are only two options to choose from, and too many of my generation have fallen into the camp ignorant of the potential for a middle ground. “

-Kyle Jorstad; Millennial and a ToleranceMeans Dialogues scholarship winner.


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Food for Thought

Picture by Bullit Marquez

Picture by Bullit Marquez

 

“In the culture war between religious and LGBTQ people, we don’t often ask, “How can all people be treated with dignity, no matter the God we worship or the person we love?” Instead, we litigate against one another. “ -Robin Fretwell Wilson

 

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