In America, the country whose PR campaign is all its benefits, young people grow up with many questions. If a few people can have trillions of dollars, why can’t everyone in our country have healthcare, education, food or housing?
Gen Z is a generation that is the product of civil rights movements — the product of freedom but not full inclusion. Our generation is the bridge.
I will use myself as a disabled woman as an example. I was born in 1998. Disabled people in the United States got their rights in 1990 when the Americans With Disabilities Act was passed, meaning my generation is the first to mingle with our non-disabled peers with equal rights but not equal inclusion.Read more on themighty.com