July 26, 2020 @ 12:00 pm
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We’re visiting the St. Louis Society, along with other Ethical Societies.

“Boomers are racist and out of touch!” “Millennials and shrill and self-important!” Recently, it seems like generational divides have been worsening, as the political, economic, and cultural differences between people in different age cohorts become more extreme. But what is the validity of taking a generational approach to human behavior? Are people really defined by their generational cohort as much as is commonly assumed? And what does this mean for the potential of cross-generational solidarity? James will explore these questions and more as examines the promise – and the peril – of generational thinking.

Zoom login information: Meeting ID 384 422 5785

Program begins at 12 noon ET.  Arrive a bit early to be sure you’re there when it starts.

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