HERE THEY COME: THE YOUNG VOICES

Young Voices

Young Voices, We Are Listening
Day One, Act I: HOPE

In 1967, when the ruling class left Detroit for dead and 61% of the population would slowly disappear, creating the most segregated region in the whole wide world, bested only by South Africa’s Apartheid. It was not just the bodies and the blight, but when White Detroit departed, they took the money and even the keys for good measure. And all the while, it was the Baby Boomer Generation left in charge. So when America’s 4th largest city fell, the Boomers stood back and watched, then blamed Generation X.

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HOPE by Kuba Maki (Generation X)

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this is… The Neighborhood, created by Kendall F. Person
Class & Race, The Neighborhood, May 10, 2017



Up Next: Act II
Generation Z Falls Ill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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