….it just might exist


Your generation (Gen Z) has been observed, dissected and analyzed by this country’s psychologists and sociologists; a detailed psychological profile has been written and rewritten and fully digested by older generations that feel they “get” you. I, on the other hand, am deeply skeptical of this feeling. The one thing that is missing from all this research and discussion is what you, Gen Z, believe about yourself. So, for this post you are required to compose your own Gen Z Manifesto that brings to conclusion the debate (or misconceptions) regarding who you are!

What is a manifesto? A manifesto is “a formal statement expressing the aims and plans of a group or organization, especially a political party” (McMillan Dictionary). However, because you are not a political party (in this case we’ll call you a movement) your manifesto’s sole focus will not be on law and government, but on what your generation’s principles and intentions are for all aspects of society.   

Answer this prompt any way you chose, but in my opinion the 3 most important questions to consider when it comes to composing your Gen Z Manifesto might be

  1. Who are we?
  2. What do we want?
  3. What are we going to do?
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