In my last entry, I wrote about the lack of education for the newest generation of young African-Americans that has led to the point where referencing the death of a black teen in Jim Crow-era America is actually considered fair game/a “hot line”/acceptable;
…when I stumbled upon another disturbing trend that might explain exactly what kind of generational gap we’re dealing with. Not just as African-Americans or Africans, but as black people.
See, young black people in America aren’t holding exclusive membership in the “too far removed from the struggle” club.
It extends all the way down to South Africa,
former home of apartheid and one of the places in the world where people who were children, teenagers, and young adults who grew up in the struggle for freedom in their own country now get to watch their children and grandchildren do this.
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