Respect the courage and bravery of Darnella Frazier, the 17 year old, who recorded the murder of George Floyd on her phone. In a terrifying experience, she captured America’s horrific truth. Looking back at your 17 year old self, would you have had Darnella’s courage? We are grateful for Darnella Frazier.

Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2010, arrived in a digital world, with the internet, social media, smart phones, active shooter drills, climate crisis, and remote school life in a pandemic. Generation Z stands for justice, equality, economic fairness, gun reform, government transparency, and for the adults elected, to take immediate action.

They are a generation willing to babysit kids, not a President.

They will take a selfie, not forcefully take down peaceful people for a photo. 

The future is bright. Generation Z is the youngest, most ethnically diverse, and biggest generation in American history, making up approximately 27% of the U.S. population. They call “BS” on the NRA, police brutality, and corrupt elected officials without hesitation. 

Young people are protesting – demanding change in the face of brutality, bias, and blatant dictatorial action from the current President.

We are witnessing an uprising.

 

 

Written by NamasteNegro.com

Tami Warren is the writer, and creator of Namaste Negro. She lives life with daily doses of levity in Denver, Colorado. Tami holds a B.A. in Sociology, from the University of Colorado. However, she does not physically hold the B.A. in her hands, the document is safely stored in a secure facility. Humor is healthy, therefore, cachinnate with other carbon based life forms. Reach out to Tami in the Mile High City: tamiwarren@namastenegro.com or @namastenegro

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