Gen Z is also known as the Internet Generation. Does Gen Z know and understand their cultural significance as the first majority “minority” group?
I never liked the word “minority.” When I wrote about the word in my Princeton University thesis many years ago, I wrote how its political use denoted powerlessness and its social labeling was demeaning for racial groups such as African Americans.
Our ancestors lead the way. We are connected to each other all over the world.
Our mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers, aunts, nieces, friends and sisters would be proud of what women today have been able to accomplish over the many years. We honor all that they have contributed to our lives and to our sisterhood.